Brexit Impact: London IPO Market Attractive & Amplitude Capital Staying

BofA's Coben Says London Remains Attractive for IPOs

Bloomberg.com video above published Dec 4, 2017: Craig Coben, global head of equity capital markets at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses Brexit's impact on the IPO market and looks at investor appetite for equity financing of M&A. He speaks with Bloomberg's Ruth David on "Bloomberg Markets."

Amplitude Capital CEO 'Quite Happy' to Stay in London

Bloomberg.com video published Nov 22, 2017: Karsten Schroeder, CEO of Amplitude Capital (domain: ampcap.com) discusses hedge funds and the effects of Brexit. He speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Markets."

Brexit: Who has the most to lose? Germany, not the UK. The UK imports more from the EU than the UK exports to the EU, with seven of UK's ten leading import sources coming from the EU.

China and the United States, with import values of 40.6 billion GBP and 36.6 billion GBP respectively, were the UK's largest non-EU import sources, and both might stand to gain if the EU fails to reach a "Brexit trade deal."

Note President Trump's warm welcome of Norway's Prime Minister (video below). Norway is not a member of the EU and Trump discussed U.S. trade with Norway:

President Donald Trump: Our Economic Ties With Norway Are Robust And Growing | CNBC.com

CNBC.com video published Jan 10, 2018: At a joint news conference, President Donald Trump and Norway Prime Minister Erna Solberg speak about global trade.

Infographic: Brexit: Trade Relations Between The UK And The EU | Statista source: Statista.com

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