The Times has cited government sources in an article stating that the UK has agreed on an arrangement with the European Union giving continued access for financial services companies.
According to the newspaper the deal will involve a partnership on services and exchange of data.
UK companies would keep access to European markets for as long as British regulation stayed aligned with the EU’s.
Christopher Croft, chief executive of the London and International Insurance Brokers’
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