FTSE 350 Review 2019 

FTSE 350: Financial services battle rule changes

FTSE 350: Financial services battle rule changes

Regulation will remain a headache for the financial services sector in 2019 – Brexit-related or otherwise. London Stock Exchange Group’s (LSE) LCH clearing business may have been granted a reprieve after the EU issued a 12-month grace period for European derivatives traders to continue using clearing houses after a potential no-deal Brexit, but beyond that access rights are still uncertain. What’s more, a further downturn in equity markets could dent the IPO and secondary fundraising markets, although the group is becoming less reliant on capital markets business.

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