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Michael Spencer: "I am concerned about what Brexit means for the City of London particularly"
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This is the sixth of 10 interviews marking Risk’s 30th anniversary. An introduction to the series - and links to the other articles - is available here.

Nobody knows how Brexit will play out, but few people in finance are more attuned to its hidden undercurrents – and its stakes – than Michael Spencer.

The former Conservative party treasurer and serial entrepreneur has worked through 40 years of change in London, founded one of the City’s great modern success stories – global broking giant

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