An Old Foe Returns: The Threat to International Finance Centres

11/09/2015 Marcus Killick OBE

An Old Foe Returns - The Threat to International Finance Centres

Marcus Killick focusses on the emerging threat to International Finance Centres from a new group of individuals with socialist ideals. While previous concerns about transparency, money laundering, and inadequate regulation have been addressed, the battle now shifts to an ideological conflict.

The rise of left-wing leaders like Jeremy Corbyn and the impact of their economic policies, known as “Corbynomics” are explored, whilst touching upon the “none of the above” sentiment among the British voting public, which includes individuals weary of austerity measures.

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(Article first published in the IFC Economic Report, 2016.)

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