The aftermath of Brexit
There’s no doubt that the nation’s decision to leave the EU has major macro-economic implications.
Negotiations will be long and ongoing – and this uncertainty alone means we can expect significant volatility ahead.
“However, London’s advantageous time zone, strong financial history and FX expertise aren’t going to disappear overnight. Somewhere else in Europe being a global financial capital. Seriously? It took decades to develop the infrastructure of firms, services, lawyers, insurers, intermediaries, and myriads of financial niches and massive personnel base that makes London special. Talk to European tech entrepreneurs and they are concerned about being cut off from London’s resources. Will it get more difficult—of course. But with our contingency plans in place we’ll avoid the doomsday scenarios.