Financial Services Negotiating Forum

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Financial Services Negotiating Forum
Founded 2016
Headquarters London
Key People Daniel Hodson
Anthony Belchambers
Graham Bishop
Releases Organization News


The Financial Services Negotiating Forum is a group formed to represent the financial industry's interests in the wake of the Brexit vote. It aims to unite those who opposed and those who supported leaving the EU. It was previously provisionally named City United. It will be formally launched in September 2016.[1][2][3]

History

The Financial Services Negotiating Forum was begun by Daniel Hodson in mid-July 2016. Through press releases, the organization indicated that it would search for between six and a dozen members from both sides of the Brexit debate to serve on its board before its September launch.[4]

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References

  1. City Unites for Bipartisan Brexit. Wall Street Journal.
  2. New City of London group to help government with Brexit talks. Reuters.
  3. City unites for new bipartisan Brexit lobby. Financial News.
  4. City unites for new bipartisan Brexit lobby. Financial News.