Reinforcing Resilience

Keval Bharadia, Laurey Boughey – Intelligence Capital, September 2019

Developing on the 2017 proposal from former banker Professor Avinash Persaud, previous Head of Derivatives Trading at the London Stock Exchange Keval Bharadia and Stamp Out Poverty’s Research and Policy Officer Laurey Boughey make the case for the inclusion of foreign exchange transactions in a comprehensive financial transactions tax, raising an additional £10bn over the course of a 5 year Parliament.

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