The UK has voted to leave the European Union. The country’s leaders must now negotiate an exit. The uncertainties for corporate governance and company strategy are as great as they have ever been.
Almost a year ago I was sitting in a conference listening to a debate about the European Union’s work on a capital markets union.
Discussion focused on enabling cash to be moved more easily across borders to support investment in smaller companies. The target date, then, for implementation was 2019. But the referendum vote means you can forget Britain being part of that story. Probably.
Similarly, just days before the big vote, states across the European Union brought into force the EU’s Audit Directive introducing new rules governing
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