London will remain global financial hub, says Boleat

Renminbi trading is expected to be one of the areas least affected by the UK's leave vote

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Mark Boleat: "Renminbi trading is one of the areas that will be least impacted"

London's position as a premier financial centre is not threatened by the UK leaving the European Union (EU), says Mark Boleat, chairman of the policy and resources committee at the City of London Corporation. "London's position as a global financial centre will absolutely remain," he says.

"Renminbi trading is one of the areas that will be least impacted by the UK leaving the European Union. It depends on how banks in London want to structure their foreign exchange business, but we don't see

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