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

How the City can survive Brexit to thrive

Next couple of years will be ghastly but we’ll learn how to get along

Brexit – Europe plots a bank heist

London-based companies may need to move chunks of their business — but which cities in the EU will benefit most?

Europe’s bank regulator eyes London exit

Uncertainty over bank occupiers chills London property market

HSBC’s chairman commits to UK base

Britain’s biggest bank rules out moving HQ after Brexit vote

SocGen commits to the UK

London will remain financial hub, according to French bank

Ingram Pinn

Brexit cannot risk what Britain does best

Being economically joined to Europe has been hugely helpful in bolstering the UK as a services hub

Why EU’s clearing threat may never happen

Move looks like another French effort to pull business back to Paris

Banks begin work on post-Brexit strategy

Lenders hope to keep EU financial regulations

Hollande vetoes City’s euro clearing role

French president moves to strip London of crucial trading stage

Passport question looms large for banks

Financial groups explore whether there are other ways to preserve EU access

City leaders grapple with Brexit fallout

The FT’s network of 50 business leaders digest the momentous referendum result and its ramifications

Banks begin moving operations out of UK

Warning over loss of EU ‘passporting’ rights for financial services

City ‘suffers’ power shift to eurozone

Lord Hill warns Brussels now holds sway over financial services rules

City struggles through nightmarish day

Banks plan to move staff to other European cities

British public takes revenge on City

The Leave vote is bad news for the Europe’s financial system

How will the City fare after Brexit?

UK exit from the EU will have big consequences for international banks

Square Mile frets as referendum looms

Some in the City have adopted an unusual position — praying

Banks eye Frankfurt in case of Brexit

Lenders consider shifting some operations out of London if UK leaves EU, German official says

Paris and Frankfurt vie for London mantle

Banks may shift operations to the eurozone in the event of Brexit

No Brexit through the gift shop for City

The challenge for City careerists would be to survive and thrive

Lisbon and Warsaw take on NY and London

Banks shift thousands of workers out of the world’s main financial centres

Paris courts bankers threatened by Brexit

French capital launches campaign to woo City financiers

Singapore to overtake UK for offshore finance

BCG estimates $1.7tn of offshore money will be in Singapore by 2020

Study signals Brexit risk for London

Companies likely to relocate ‘decision centres’ if UK leaves EU

Brexit can only damage UK’s financial hub

The City of London will be diminished if the country exits the EU

China seeks to tap London gold expertise

Executives in London’s gold market insist that Chinese vault purchase is a vote of confidence

Brexit risks access to markets

We could still have the EU’s rules but the City would suffer

City would have a strong hand post-Brexit

Commercial interests will prevail — a deal with London will be done, writes Ruth Lea

Tory peer dismisses Brexit risk to banks

Howard Flight urges more focus on entrepreneurs and smaller business ‘squeezed’ by EU rules

Brexit to cost ‘tens of thousands’ of City jobs

Treasury believes 285,000 financial posts are linked to EU

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