Compare: Business leaders are failing to recognize that the new prime minister has a different view of the City of London from Cameron, the people said. May does not simply accept what the City says in the way that Cameron and his former chancellor, George Osborne, tended to do, according to one person. That realization will be a shock to some in the City, the person said. Financial-services firms risk damaging their relationship with lawmakers by repeatedly complaining about the impact of Brexit on their businesses and threatening to move their offices out of the U.K., one senior figure said, dismissing as a joke the idea that London-based financial-service companies would all move to Frankfurt, Paris or Dublin. — Bloomberg story on “three senior figures in May’s administration” promising “no special favours” for the City in Brexit negotiations, October 2nd Contrast: Following the UK referendum, there is the potential for a material increase in the number of applications for authorisation by the Central Bank due to the possible loss of passporting rights of UK-authorised entities. We will in general want to see that the Board and the management of the entity are located here such that that the business is run from here. We will want to be satisfied that the mind and will of the entity are located here; that the decision-making happens here.
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