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(Bloomberg) -- The European Union is unlikely to grant wide-ranging access to the British financial services industry, Ireland’s ambassador to the bloc warned.
“I wouldn’t be entirely over-optimistic that there will be a strong equivalence regime in the future, or that this promised memorandum of understanding will lead to very strong and positive developments in the relationship between the two sides on financial services,” Thomas Hanney told a webinar on Friday hosted by Dublin City University.
“Many member states are uncomfortable with the idea that the EU should be reliant on a huge capital market over which it’s going to have relatively little regulatory influence,” Hanney said. “I think there is an appetite to try and repatriate quite a significant chunk of the financial services industry into the European Union.”
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So far the EU has been reluctant to enable London-based finance firms to operate in the bloc, following a Brexit trade deal that largely sidelined the industry. The two sidesa memo on how they will co-operate on regulation, although the terms are mostly technical.
The lack of an agreement has put London’s decades-long dominance of European finance under threat. Hanney’s comments were echoed by former U.K. ambassador to the EU, Ivan Rogers, who told the webinar he is “quite pessimistic about where this ends up on equivalence.”
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Martha Stewart Shared An Elevated Version of a Chocolate-Caramel Tart & It Looks So Good .
With the intensity of pandemic cooking came our love of whipping up indulgent treats. From baked goods to other sweet desserts, there’s been no better time to experiment than now. Of course, when we’re looking to feel inspired there’s one all-star chef we regularly turn to, Martha Stewart. Stewart has earned her reputation for creating exciting recipes that make us want to try them out ASAP. And the chef just shared another sweet dish that seriously made our hearts skip a beat: Candied-Orange Chocolate-Caramel Tart.