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Catherine McGuinness
Policy Chairman at City of London Corporation
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Catherine McGuinness May 22
Ensuring the UK can retain access to global is a top priority for many sectors. A new report from & outlines how the UK could continue to employ a skilled workforce post
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Catherine McGuinness May 21
My article this morning in looks at Chinese financial reforms ahead of my visit to next month
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Lord Mayor of London May 19
From everyone at the City of London, congratulations to Harry and Meghan, the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex, on their wedding today!
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Catherine McGuinness May 18
The Chinese government has bought Royal Mint Court on the edge of which it will transform into its new embassy in the UK
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Catherine McGuinness May 18
Great to speak to ahead of my visit to ''s forum next month. We talked about Chinese financial reforms and 's role in the
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Catherine McGuinness May 16
Thank you to for hosting us at Parliament this evening. At the annual reception I’ve spoken about what we would like to see from the negotiations to maintain the City as the world’s leading place to do business
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Catherine McGuinness May 16
I’m so pleased to have plugged in the first City office building to Fibre To The Premises. This is a great step for businesses. Register for the service today:
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City Bridge Trust May 16
Our partnership with has supported over 5,000 young Londoners to move into jobs, education or training. Read more in
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Superfast City May 16
Chairman of Policy & Resources switches on first building in to receive Fibre To The Premises at 21 Whitefriars St EC4, offering speeds up to 1 gigabit per second at affordable prices!!
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Northern Ireland Office May 15
Minister Shailesh Vara enjoyed a productive meeting with Catherine McGuinness of the City of London Corporation to discuss strengthening economic links between the City of London and Northern Ireland.
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Lord Mayor's Appeal May 14
London is turning green! As it starts to get dark look out for numerous buildings across the UK that we have turned green for - here's the in Euston
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Catherine McGuinness May 3
Delighted to announce Simon D'Olier Duckworth, Chris Hayward and Tom Sleigh as new Deputy Chairs for the Policy & Resources Committee. I look forward to working with you all.
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Catherine McGuinness Apr 30
My column in City Am today is all about 's new funding programme Bridging Divides. Read about how the funder plans to spend £100m to reduce inequality in London here :
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Catherine McGuinness Apr 30
Great report by on the UK's workforce and wider implications for a future immigration policy
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Philip Hammond Apr 27
Today we’ve announced a new regulatory working group between and . It’ll provide further confidence to financial services firms as we exit the EU.
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Miles Celic Apr 26
Incredibly proud to be with the team from at this evening where the report on the vision for the future of U.K. FRPS has won the award for best thought leadership
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Catherine McGuinness Apr 24
“Notice periods as short as 30 days under the current equivalency framework do not give firms in the UK or the EU the certainty or clarity they need in order to continue doing business"
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Catherine McGuinness Apr 24
I’ll shortly be appearing before the on post UK-EU relationship. I’ll be supporting the IRSG’s proposals for mutual regulatory recognition as the best way forward for a future trade agreement with the bloc. Live stream:
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Catherine McGuinness Apr 24
Twenty-five years ago, Bishopsgate was devastated by an IRA bomb. This terrorist attack was intended to cause widespread loss of life and harm Anglo-Irish relations. Today, we remember the loss of life and injuries inflicted, while celebrating the progress that we've made since.
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Catherine McGuinness Apr 23
Delighted to open this year's and champion why will remain a world-leading financial hub for years to come
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