TheCityUK represents the UK-based financial and related professional services industry. We lobby on its behalf, producing evidence of its importance to the wider national economy. At home in the UK, in the EU and internationally, we seek to influence policy to drive competitiveness, creating jobs and lasting economic growth.
UK Legal Services 2015 Report
TheCityUK's latest UK Legal Services 2015 Report. It showcases the importance of legal services and dispute resolution to the UK economy and illustrates the UK’s strong position internationally.
London Employment Survey
The latest survey shows that the financial and related professional services industry has continued its strong recovery, with employment in London hitting a record high of 709,500 in December 2014.
EU Reform: A view from TheCityUK
This report gathers evidence on the value of the UK’s membership of the EU, to set-out how the EU could become more globally competitive, and to create a reform agenda.
China Free Trade Zones Discussion Papers
Eleven papers have been written by firms in the International Experts Consultation Group at the request of Chinese policy-makers and analyse different aspects of the working of free trade zones.
Britain's place in Europe: developing policies for a reformed and competitive EU
TheCityUK’s policy conference, provided an opportunity to discuss research TheCityUK has undertaken on the UK in the EU over the last year & also to move forward the debate on the EU reform agenda.
Analysing the case for EU membership report launch video
The launch event of our two reports show that leaving the EU poses significant risks to the UK's future, undermining economic well-being & the ability of business to grow and compete in world markets.
Analysing the case for EU membership - How does the economic evidence stack up?
The new economic report lays out how economies foster growth and create jobs and answers the questions “what really drives growth and does EU membership matter ?”
A legal assessment of the UK's relationship with the EU - A financial services perspective
The legal research commissioned from global law firm Clifford Chance has reviewed in depth the legal implications of eight different EU relationship scenarios