Lucy McNulty, Financial News

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Past articles by Lucy:

JPMorgan’s London compliance boss leaves the City

Piers Le Marchant has joined education management company Ludowide as its chair → Read More

Theresa May should quit, say prominent City Brexiteers

Prominent City Brexiteers have called on Theresa May to resign as fears grow that her perceived botched handling of Brexit will irreparably damage the UK’s financial services sector. The backlash follows a torrid week for the prime minister, with MPs overwhelmingly rejecting her preferred form of exiting the European Union for a second time. May also avoided losing control of the Brexit process… → Read More

Sugaring the Brexit pill: A bank-by-bank guide to relocation sweeteners

From free flights to German school places, here is all we know about how 3,000 London bankers are being tempted to the continent → Read More

Why this week’s Brexit chaos is good for the City

A day from hell for British Prime Minister Theresa May could spell good news for the City of London’s largest financial institutions → Read More

UK accounting watchdog to fold following Carillion collapse

The Financial Reporting Council will be replaced by a new body following a government commissioned review → Read More

Shadow City minister Reynolds: ‘Brexit is a slow puncture’

The Labour MP on listening to financial services on policy, Brexit and the importance of kebabs → Read More

London hedge funds told to prepare for FCA spot checks

Regulator gives a month's notice of visits from its anti-money-laundering investigators → Read More

Banks tempt London staff to EU with Brexit sweeteners

Some of the City’s biggest lenders are working to shift thousands of employees to Europe before the UK officially exits the bloc → Read More

UK government’s Brexit planners seek more policy experts

Job vacancies flag up gaps in government's Brexit expertise with less than 40 days to go until EU departure → Read More

An audience with Uri Geller: ‘All Brits will be happy with Brexit outcome’

The spoon-bending TV star on UK politics, his ‘mind power’ and how he stays in the limelight → Read More

City demands action from Europe on no-deal Brexit data transfers

The letter, seen exclusively by Financial News, says time is short for the European Commission to ensure data sharing in a crash-out Brexit scenario → Read More

Donald Tusk: There is a special place in hell for Brexit architects

President of the European Council attacks Brexit backers on Twitter a day before Theresa May is due in Brussels → Read More

Tom Hayes to be moved to open prison ahead of release

The convicted Libor rigger is set to be transferred to one of the UK’s lowest security jails → Read More

Conservative MPs push a surprise Brexit compromise

The plan has been drawn up by MPs including Treasury chair Nicky Morgan and prominent Leave backer Steve Baker → Read More

City veteran Hosking seeks support for new pro-Brexit party

New party run by well-known fund manager could contest a Peterborough by-election → Read More

City’s 10 biggest banks spend £1bn on Brexit plans

Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley among those that have spent an average of £100m each trying to make their operations Brexit-ready → Read More

Brexit Brief: Business lobby warns of risks to thousands of UK jobs

Comments from the Confederation of British Industry follow concerns expressed by ratings agency S&P → Read More

City votes not to support second Brexit referendum

City of London Corporation decides against motion, with 61 opposed to another referendum and 30 in support of it → Read More

Deutsche and Credit Suisse cooperating in EU ‘bond cartel’ probe

European Commission investigates possible 'bond market cartel' in the market for government debt → Read More

EU criticised over no-deal Brexit plans for financial services

European Commission confirms plans to grant 'conditional equivalence' to UK-based clearing houses for one year → Read More