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How is Brexit going to affect the EU's capital markets?

The EU has been aiming to build more integrated markets since 2014; so what effect will Brexit have? Image: REUTERS/Yves Herman

Jonathan Faull

Chair of European Public Affairs, Brunswick Group

Simon Gleeson

Financial Regulation expert, Clifford Chance

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