英国银行家协会(British Bankers’Association)主席安东尼•布朗(Anthony Browne)在《卫报》上写道:“英国最大的几家银行可能会搬出英国。”四十年来，英国的法律框架与欧盟紧密相连。分离的过程将是复杂、漫长和昂贵的。哪些欧盟规定对英国来说是不必要的?需要替换什么?英国希望遵守哪些规定?有什么漏洞吗?还有几个问题需要回答。
The financial services sector is keen to keep the passporting rights, which give them access to all European countries with minimum regulatory intervention.
However, given the current scenario, this seems highly unlikely. The EU does not allow any country to cherry-pick the terms of membership. Any country seeking the benefits of EU memberships needs to accept EU legislature with all it defects including diktats issued by Brussels and heavy bills paid by its members May T, .
Anthony Browne, the head of the British Bankers’ Association, wrote in The Guardian, “Britain’s biggest banks are likely to move out of the UK.” UK’s legal framework is tightly knitted with EU over a period of forty years. The process of separating it is going to complex, lengthy and expensive. Which EU regulation is unnecessary for UK? What needs to be replaced? Which regulations UK wants to keep? Are there any loopholes? Several other questions need to be answered.