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The latest speech by UK prime minister Theresa May contains some "concrete steps forward" in the UK's negotiations with the EU regarding its exit from the trading bloc, an expert has said. 25 Sep 2017
ANALYSIS: Insurers and reinsurers require clarity soon on whether passporting rights, or a workable equivalent, will remain in place in relation to cross-border policies after Brexit, or whether they will need to make alternative arrangements. 19 Sep 2017
The Labour Party has promised to introduce a cap on credit card interest payments should it come back into power, saying it will apply the same rules for credit cards as for payday loans. 25 Sep 2017
Competent authorities and payment service providers across the EU should agree on how to prevent the abuse of funds transfers for terrorist financing and money laundering purposes, the Joint Committee of the three European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) has... 25 Sep 2017
Ratings agency Moody's has cut the UK's long-term credit rating from Aa1 to Aa2, changing the outlook from stable to negative, as extensive research indicates the prospect of Brexit is having a drag on the country's productivity. 25 Sep 2017
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