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FIME America expands to San Francisco

Consulting and test services provider FIME America has expanded its regional network by opening a new office in San Francisco, California.

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  • Gove ‘doesn’t strike me as someone who understands financial services’

    Post-referendum, everyone is attempting to predict who will lead negotiations with the EU. One of the frontrunners is Conservative MP and Minister of Justice Michael Gove, but as Baroness Bowles said: “Gove doesn’t strike me as someone who understands financial services.” Patrick Brusnahan writes

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  • Visa jobs to relocate outside of the UK

    In the aftermath of Brexit, several businesses are considering to relocate part of their operations outside of the UK due to regulatory requirements. Visa, the world's largest credit and debit card issuer, could be next.

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  • What does Brussels really think about Brexit?

    Brussels is in shock and emotional- losing patience with the UK and not prepared to stand back and have European economies adversely affected while Britain takes its sweet time to navigate the landscape it has so recklessly created for itself. Anna Milne speaks to Monica Monaco for the Brussels view from within

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  • The EU view on blockchain

    Blockchain technology has grown in both reputation and popularity at a time where the UK is at a tipping point and could be overthrown by a potential Brexit. The European Union has been brought to the forefront of all discussions and examined under a magnifying glass by both Brexiters and Bremainers.

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  • New political landscape of the UK soon to be revealed

    Monday proved yet another defeat for the UK as Iceland beat England 2-1 in the, ironically named, Euro 2016. Tweets and Facebook posts mocking the UK's downwards spiral came pouring in as the country turned into the laughing stock of the world. To add to an already saddening turn of events, a senior Leave MP has stated: "There is no plan. [...] Number ten should have had a plan".

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