Brexit is creating a new kind of finance job in Europe

Risk Magazine suggested chaperones were coming last October and the Financial Times observed in April that banks in London would need post-Brexit chaperones to sit in on calls and in meetings with EU clients.


UK banks ready for no-deal Brexit

“The UK banking system remains strong enough to continue to lend through the wide range of UK economic and financial shocks that could be associated with Brexit,” it added.


UK expats still attracted to Europe despite Brexit

Financial adviser network Blevins Franks discusses the three countries that keep Brits interested with their attractive lower costs of living, tax breaks, insurance bonds and non-resident tax schemes.