EU Red Tape Dragged Our Business Down for Years: Lansdown

(Bloomberg) -- European Union governments meet in the Slovak capital Bratislava on Friday to discuss the bloc’s flagging trade deals as the forces of populism that triggered Brexit look to claim their next victim. Hargreaves Lansdown Co-Founder Stephen Lansdown discusses his views on the Brexit vote result and what it means for his business with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Brexit: What next?" Reduced access to workers from Europe combined with low unemployment in the U.K. could add to costs for employers, but Lansdown says EU red tape “has been dragging our business down for so many years,” adding “there’s been a big sigh of relief.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Why Marathon Asset's Richards Is Buying Irish Property
33:54 - Marathon Asset Management CEO and co-founder Bruce Richards discusses European property investments, Brexit and his investment thoughts. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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