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LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's twin-track company listing regime could be simplified into a single entry point to the London Stock Exchange to attract more startups, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said on Thursday in a move that could split market participants. Britain wants to bolster London's attractiveness as a global location for listings as it continues to trail New York in bringing tech companies to the market, and faces added competition from Amsterdam since Brexit.
Britain's competition watchdog will conduct an investigation into the London Stock Exchange's acquisition of Quantile Group, it said on Tuesday. LSEG said in December it had acquired Quantile for up to 274 million pounds ($338.64 million) to expand its range of post-trade risk management solutions to banks, hedge funds and financial institutions trading derivatives. The Competition and Markets Authority said that following an assessment of proposed undertakings by the two firms, it had decided to refer the merger for an "in-depth investigation".
Britain's competition watchdog said on Tuesday that the London Stock Exchange Group and Quantile Group have until May 10 to offer acceptable undertakings to avoid an in-depth investigation into their merger. LSEG said in December it had acquired Quantile for up to 274 million pounds ($343.49 million) to expand its range of post-trade risk management solutions to banks, hedge funds and financial institutions trading derivatives. The Competition and Markets Authority said on Tuesday that "it is or may be the case that the following merger may be expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition within a market or markets in the United Kingdom."