UK banks target eurosceptic ministers as 'hard Brexit' fears grow
As Britain's banks brace for a "hard Brexit" that could sever their links with the EU market, they are changing lobbying strategy and focusing efforts on eurosceptic cabinet ministers to try to secure a transitional period for their industry.
Since Britons voted in June to leave the bloc, banks have held a series of meetings with the finance ministry but have had few formal talks with the government departments dealing with Brexit, led by eurosceptics David Davis and Liam Fox, according to several senior sources in the financial services industry.
This is changing as executives... read more
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