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U.K. is deeply divided, former FCA CEO Wheatley says

By Bloomberg
28 May 2019   |   2:44 pm
Martin Wheatley, adviser to hedge fund Oasis Management and former chief executive officer of U.K. Financial Conduct Authority and Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission, talks about the Brexit negotiations, and the efforts by Asian governments to reform their capital markets.


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