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first_imgThe World Trade Center in AmsterdamFinancial publication FD reported that platforms including CBOE, LSE Turquoise, Tradeweb and Bloomberg could move to Amsterdam, and that several providers of benchmarks and indices had also shown an interest.This could involve financial giants such as like Standard & Poor’s and Dow Jones moving to the Dutch capital, FD reported, as well as up to 23 parties trading for their own account. Currently, only four of these operate in the Netherlands.Van Vroonhoven cited “an almost invisible rotation in the European capital markets”, and also predicted that organisations relocating to the Netherlands would also attract other service providers.“Moreover, it will enhance access to capital markets for Dutch schemes and other asset managers,” she said.The migration of financial trade infrastructure would also offer proper guarantees for “uniform and effective supervision”, Van Vroonhoven continued, as well as “high standards for governance and the protection of investors”.She said that an extension of the regulator’s tasks, investments in additional capacity, expertise, support services and IT systems would be necessary.According to Vroonhoven, companies were focused on the Netherlands and weren’t shopping around in Europe “as applying for a license is complex and time consuming”.She acknowledged that these changes could be limited if the UK and EU opted for a “very soft” Brexit – or no Brexit at all. “But as things stand, we can’t expect this,” she said.Several other European cities have been attempting to lure London-based financial services companies, including Paris and Frankfurt. Luxembourg and Dublin have already experienced inflows of capital and company staff as asset managers in particular have moved to safeguard their EU businesses. The Netherlands is to become the European centre for trading in equity and bonds after Brexit, the Dutch Financial Markets Authority (AFM) has claimed.It said that it has been in “150 substantial discussions” with players from the UK interested in obtaining a license for doing business in the Netherlands.“We expect that between 30% and 40% of the European trade in financial instruments is to move to the Netherlands,” said Merel van Vroonhoven, chair of the AFM.Currently just 5% was based in the Netherlands, she said. An AFM spokesman said subsequently that transactions were expected to increase from 2m to 20m per day, with daily volumes expected to rise from €2.2bn to €14bn.last_img read more

first_img Maguire faces Chris Wilder’s stars in a crunch battle for a European place at Old Trafford on Wednesday. But while he admits he always looks for the Blades results first on match days after starting his career at Bramall lane, he hopes they finish below United.Advertisement Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire, is delighted for Sheffield United and their league success this season. Loading…center_img “It’s a fantastic football club and one I’m really proud of because of how well they’re doing at the moment. read also:Man Utd legend Keane blasts De Gea, Maguire after Spurs duel “I’m really thankful for the opportunity they gave me to start my professional career, and the faith and trust they showed in me at a young age. “I’m really happy with how they’re doing and theirs is the first result I look for after a game with United. Hopefully, they can finish one place below us!” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

first_imgItaly and Brazil both booked their places in the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup on Wednesday as Japan and Mexico bowed out.Italy progressed by snatching a barely-deserved 4-3 victory from a pulsating game against the Japanese in Recife.Italy scored three times in 11 minutes either side of half-time, through Daniele De Rossi, Atsuto Uchida’s own goal and Mario Balotelli’s penalty after Japan had established a 2-0 lead courtesy of Keisuke Honda’s spot-kick and Shinji Kagawa’s neat finish.Shinji Okazaki made it 3-3 in the 69th minute, but Sebastian Giovinco netted four minutes from the end to give Italy the points.Still Japan almost equalised as Okazaki hit the bar and Maya Yoshida converted the rebound, only to be denied by the offside flag.The result took Italy into the last four and also confirmed Brazil’s place in the semis. Neymar and Jo scored the goals as the hosts saw off Mexico 2-0 in the earlier game.It was not a classic performance from Brazil by any means, but the flashes of brilliance remained, and it was two pieces of fantastic skill by Neymar at the start and the end of the game which proved to be the ultimate difference.The 21-year-old fired Brazil into the lead within nine minutes when he picked up the ball in the edge of the box and volleyed home a stunning strike before his jinking run up the left and deft footwork set up former Manchester City striker Jo in stoppage time for the second.last_img read more