Fintech starts to reflect on the realities of Brexit

Fintech starts to reflect on the realities of Brexit

As the UK's banks take a pounding on the stock market and Sterling sinks to new lows, speculation surrounding the future of London's shell-shocked financial services industry in a post-Brexit world hits fever pitch.

With everyone and his dog offering an opinion on Brexit, Finextra will use this page to provide a rolling update on some of the more pertinent and thoughtful analysis of the unfolding crisis from around the Web.

For rolling news and sharp, insightful punditry, we suggest you keep an eye on FT Alphaville, the ascerbic market commentary site of the FT.

For industry insider opinion, Finextra's own Community of bloggers are also worth watching.

Elsewhere on the Web, we've sifted through the realms of news articles and commentary to provide a handy series of links to articles that best summarise the conversation or provide new angles on the issues. We'll keep this updated as more stories catch our eye.

European Commission - Fact Sheet UK Referendum on Membership of the European Union: Questions & Answers

BloombergBrexit may be Scotland's chance to steal London's finance crown

Salon: Brexit: Doom or Europe's Polanyi moment?

The Innovation Blog: How will Brexit impact banks and fintech in the UK?

Reuters: Frankfurt or bust? Wall Street bankers in London ponder life post-Brexit

Wall Street Journal: Brexit leaves Europe's fintech firms in the lurch

TechCrunch: Brexit creates a new vocabulary for startups in Europe

Geektime: Berlin is now in a position to usurp London as the startup capital of Europe

Reuters: ECB's Villeroy: Brexit talks must be quick, City of London at risk of losing 'EU passport'

Bloomberg: Europe bank profits may drop by $35 billion on Brexit, Goldman says

Financial Times: Banks work on post-Brexit strategy

Bloomberg: Brexit just made Dublin look even more attractive to tech

Financial Times: City jobs market faces prolonged slow down after Brexit vote

Comments: (1)

Gerard Hergenroeder
Gerard Hergenroeder - Payments Shark - Millersvile 27 June, 2016, 13:42Be the first to give this comment the thumbs up 0 likes

London will see a mass exodus of good paying IT jobs in the next 5 years. Do not buy a house now in London! It may 33% less in five years.