The European Union's post-Brexit requirements for financial services market access are unrealistic, the Bank of England governor has warned.
The U.K. is to begin talks this week with the European Union on how regulators will cooperate over financial services.
A trading deal the City of London has sweated over for almost half a decade looks like it's finally here.
J.P. Morgan told some 200 staff to plan to move out of London because it sees little prospect of the U.K. winning a financial-services deal.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator has rejected the U.K.'s latest proposals for financial firms to do business with member states.
While the economic impact of the coronavirus has dominated the attention of markets and money managers, Brexit is making a comeback.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he'll walk away from EU talks in June if it's unclear the U.K. will get a Canada-style free trade pact.
Sajid Javid quit as the U.K.'s Chancellor of the Exchequer as Boris Johnson's first major Cabinet reshuffle went dramatically wrong.
Wall Street titans have the most at stake as they face Brexit's final reckoning — and with less influence than they are accustomed to.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit legislation cleared its final hurdle in the House of Commons, putting an end to a year of gridlock.
The EU is on course for a clash with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after warning a full Brexit deal by year-end is "impossible."
The U.K. Parliament backed Boris Johnson's amended European Union withdrawal bill that formally takes the U.K. out of the EU on Jan. 31.
The U.K. will hold an emergency election in six weeks, a critical vote that could finally settle its Brexit question.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will seek a general election Dec. 12, setting up a national vote on his Brexit strategy.
Negotiators from the U.K. reached an agreement with officials in Brussels that could pave the way for Britain to finally break 46 years of ties with the EU.
The majority of U.K. retirement funds have completed assessments of the risks of the country's impending exit from the European Union.
In a rebuke by the U.K. Supreme Court, the prime minister’s decision to suspend Parliament was ruled “unlawful, void and of no effect.”
An EU plan to block traders in its home territory from using London exchanges is seen causing damage to equity markets in a no-deal Brexit.
A cross-party group is seeking a way out of the Brexit "nightmare" by working together on a deal that can secure a majority in Parliament.
Therese Coffey was named the U.K. Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, following the Sept. 7 departure of Amber Rudd.
Boris Johnson suffered a major blow to his authority as British prime minister Saturday after pensions secretary Amber Rudd quit.
Members of Parliament voted to a block a no-deal Brexit, ruling out Boris Johnson's plan to leave the EU by Oct. 31.
Members of Parliament voted Wednesday to approve a three-month extension to the Brexit deadline.
Boris Johnson suffered a humiliating defeat after Parliament rejected his pleas to be allowed a free hand to negotiate Brexit.
Britain's pound slumped to its lowest level since 2016, as the prospect of a general election added complexity to the Brexit calculus.