The City as a financial hub

London has railed against a raft of regulations from the European Union and the UK Government as it fights to maintain its reputation and status as a global centre for finance and investment

Warsaw charm offensive for London bankers

Latest Europeans to target City business after Brexit

CBI head wants UK banks ‘off naughty step’

Fairbairn says regulators must let City compete after Brexit


London and New York must cement bond

The world’s leading financial markets have a special relationship, writes Dan Glaser

City to argue for ‘Swiss plus’ UK deal with EU

Universal access to single market impossible, admit grandees

Call to lure London banking to Frankfurt

Financial association says government needs to be more proactive

Goldman warns of Brexit restructuring

One of clearest signs of impact of Leave vote on City

City wants continued single market access

Proposals set TheCityUK on collision course with Brexit hardliners

Eurizon banks on Italian financial system

Asset manager positive about Italian lenders and London’s future

Smaller lenders avoid EU bonus rules

Deal suggests Britain can still reach positive results in Brussels

Three scenarios for the City after Brexit

How London copes will depend on Theresa May’s negotiations success

City eyes ‘equivalence’ as link with EU

Market access to Europe following Brexit will not be easy

Brexit: London can safeguard its status

It takes time to create a financial centre

‘We have not seen major [Brexit] panic’

Chief executive of Pictet AM is more worried about short-termism and the rise of passive managers

London’s future

Five scenarios for the city post-Brexit, from a ‘renationalised’ British capital to a European enclave

London brokers’ brave face on Brexit

Markets were showing signs of evolving even before the referendum

Wells Fargo buys European HQ in London

Property deal of £300m is one of the biggest since UK Brexit vote

City of London sees Brexit differently to new minister

Priority for London is easy access to the EU single market

Dombrovskis softer on London’s euro role

Brussels regulator says it is ‘too early to draw conclusions’

StanChart chief warns of HQ move on tax

Relocation not on bank’s agenda after its share of UK bank levy rose to $440m last year

Hedge funds prepare to lobby on Brexit rights

Issues include consistency of regulation and staff visas

European banks face huge capital bill

Foreign banks’ London subsidiaries may need own funding

JPMorgan grilled over Brexit plans

Analysts pepper executives with questions on UK’s vote result fallout

If Jamie D were to have chat with Shriti V

BBA urges JPMorgan chief to take a more positive tone over Brexit

City anger over JPMorgan’s Brexit warnings

Treasury presses UK banks not to speak about job losses

Paris charm drive leaves bankers confused

After much enmity, there is distrust over France’s affections

Osborne pledges City Brexit safeguards

Vow to use ‘every possible measure’ to protect industry

Will London bankers flock to Paris?

Brexit has given the French a chance to get one over the English

Fund managers look at leaving London

Survey after Brexit suggests vote has led some to rethink UK base

Paris dangles tax carrots to London bankers

French premier steps up post-Brexit drive to lure UK executives

Berlin bids for post-Brexit fintech crown

With the UK voting to leave the EU, Germany is wooing start-ups