Pues tras el día de fiesta de la firma llega la resaca del día después. Es cierto que nada de esto de la Fiti estaba tampoco contemplado en el acuerdo de Teresa Mail.
Pero que queda un largo camino por recorrer en este largo divorcio.
Esperar y ver cómo se desarrollan los acontecimientos solamente poniendo un ojo encima porque esto va para largo muy largo con noticias prácticamente si no cada semana cada poco￼
The EU sees Brexit as an opportunity to make its financial sector stronger and more coherent. There is renewed interest in kick-starting the bloc’s “capital-markets union” project. Already, at least 7,500 jobs have migrated from London to EU financial centres. Officials in Brussels would like to see key functions like clearing move within a few years, too. However, the hustling for business by various EU centres, from Frankfurt and Paris to Luxembourg and Amsterdam, remains balkanised and thus less efficient. It is hard to see any one of them rivalling London in the short to medium term
One thing that is clear is that in many financial sectors a lot of EU-related and euro-denominated activity will continue to be done in Britain for now. Last year the country was home to just shy of 90% of all over-the-counter derivatives trading and 84% of all foreign-exchange trading in the EU, for instance. Although the final financial arrangements have yet to be agreed on, it is fair to expect that Brexit will on balance be bad for the City, but not a disaster.