The UK business community is concerned about London’s business climate. The government should take more measures to attract multinationals to the UK. There are complaints that the UK has isolated itself especially after it left the EU.
In order to trade in certain securities, you must be located within the EU. That caused a number of trading platforms to move from London to Amsterdam. Also, the companies are not happy with the current state of the British pound.
On the other hand, large companies, including Shell and Unilever, have just moved the headquarters to London, but even those have not yet been met according to the worth. They complain that the number of listings has decreased on the stock exchange in London, but you can also see that at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In addition, in the UK there are stricter rules on Special purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs). These are companies that go public for capital in order to be able to finance an acquisition or merger within two years.
Not only has the UK’s Financial Conduct Commission become stricter. Financial supervision is being tightened worldwide. This is true for America, for France and also for the test of Europe since the AFM has more to say.