UK finance minister Philip Hammond was on the wires earlier on the day, via Reuters, as he speaks to the media in New York, his first trip to the US since being appointed in July.
He is scheduled to meet some of the top US banks on Thursday.
UK's capacity as global finance hub unchanged after Brexit vote
UK will continue to welcome best talent from around the world
Want Brexit deal with EU that allows financial services to continue to have access to European markets
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