UK to Relax Ring-Fencing of Banks in Brexit Deregulation

Uk to relax ring-fencing of banks in brexit deregulation

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “UK to Relax Ring-Fencing of Banks in Brexit Deregulation” – below is their description.

The UK government will relax the ring-fencing of banks in an effort to get a “Big Bang” out of Brexit and deregulate the City of London. Lizzy Burden reports on Bloomberg Television.

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