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Why A UK Billionaire Believes Brexit Would Be "Good For The UK"

The City of London and the pound would both benefit from the U.K. leaving the EU, says billionaire Peter Hargreaves. Brexit may knock the pound initially, but it would rebound, the co-founder of Hargreaves Lansdown — the largest U.K. retail broker, with more than $84.1 billion equivalent in assets — told Bloomberg Briefs' Geoff King in a June 17 interview. Q: Why do you support "Leave"? A: Every year in the EU it gets more political, it gets more legislative, more regulative; we don’t seem to get very much benefit from it.
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