Jones Day's Alban Caillemer du Ferrage appears on Yahoo Finance to discuss Brexit impact

Jones Day partner Alban Caillemer du Ferrage, the Firm's Chair of the EMEA and APAC regions for its Financial Markets Practice, appeared on Yahoo Finance's "On the Move" program in New York on Monday, February 3, the first full workday following the Brexit deadline, to discuss its impact on financial institutions.

Mr. Caillemer du Ferrage, who is based in Jones Day's Paris Office, covered the changes banks and financial institutions with operations in the UK should expect, why the United States may benefit the most from Brexit, and why London will remain the main financial center in Western Europe. He also discussed how to guide European clients on ways to maintain their business operations in London, and how U.S. financial institutions based in London are reorganizing to continue serving clients in The Union.

Watch "Breaking down what Brexit means for financial institutions" on Yahoo Finance.

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