Levene: U.K. Companies Will Find a Way Through Brexit
London has flourished as a financial hub over the past two decades in part because global banks could sell their goods and services freely around the European Union’s 28-nation trading bloc -- a $19 trillion integrated economy with more than 500 million citizens -- from their offices in the City of London financial district. Now that British voters have elected to leave the EU, London’s status as a worldwide hub of banking is under threat. Former Lloyds of London Chairman Peter Levene discusses with Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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