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Catherine McGuinness
Policy Chair at City of London Corporation
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"London’s success as a leading global business centre is founded on the finest talent and skills from around the world." speaks at the launch of our new report on how to improve the UK visa system. Read more here:
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Catherine McGuinness 19h
'Stressful, inefficient and precarious'- three words that sum up business experience of the UK’s current visa system. Read our recommendations on how to improve the process here:
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 19
I've kicked off this year's writing in ahead of the City's Planning & Transportation Committee, tomorrow debating a 5 year Road Danger Reduction and Plan. This week and onwards make a special effort to be -
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 17
Speaking at in Guildhall. London faces huge challenges which we need to work in partnership to address.
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 16
I look forward to hearing more news about plans by and China Investment Corporation to create a £1bn fund to invest in 🇬🇧companies with links to 🇨🇳
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 15
About to appear on with to discuss the deal and what it means for the City
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 14
The announcement that a Brexit agreement has been reached is a significant step towards a deal being finalised. A no-deal Brexit would be in nobody’s interests. Politicians on both sides now need to see through an agreement that benefits the UK and the EU
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 14
Delighted to have taken part in a productive discussion at the House of Commons this morning on skills and global talent chaired by . We will be publishing research setting out recommendations to improve the UK visa system next week
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 13
About to appear on with to discuss Brexit, equivalence and the City’s future relationship with the EU.
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 12
London’s role as the main hub for euroclearing benefits both the UK and the EU. is right to highlight this during his visit to Berlin and Paris
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 7
I had a very insightful interview with the Charles Bowman on the importance of trust in business and actions to be taken to improve trust.
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 7
To all those celebrating, no matter where you are or whatever your faith, on behalf of everyone at I wish you a happy and prosperous
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 6
My column in : our ‘Look and Feel’ plans for will physically transform the area from Farringdon to Moorgate.
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 5
Very encouraging to see India is now 77th in the ‘Ease of Doing Business’ rankings. The country has jumped 53 places in the last two years.
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 5
I spoke to about my hopes for the China Int'l Import Expo () being held in Shanghai, where and have led a business delegation. See my interview here:
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 5
The Square Mile must rise to the challenge of changing demands on the local environment. Our Local Plan 2036 will help us seize this opportunity to ensure that the City flourishes after Brexit - and beyond
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 5
I welcome comments this morning by President Xi that China will continue widening market access to the rest of the world, and look forward to hearing more details.
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 5
I attended the launch of the new this morning. Today’s announcement is a step closer to ensuring all Londoners are paid a fair wage. The is proud to be an accredited Living Wage employer
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Catherine McGuinness Nov 1
It was a pleasure to give Tokyo Governor and Professor Shimada a tour of . The relationship between and , like UK-Japan trade in financial services, is going from strength-to-strength.
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Catherine McGuinness Oct 30
The commitment by to maintain access for UK clearing houses on a temporary basis is a welcome step in the right direction with 150 days to go until Brexit. Further progress is needed on contract continuity and cross-border data flows
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