Business leaders support the banking sector after the independence of Scotland

Yes Scotland campaigners

   Business leaders support the banking sector after the independence of Scotland - Major Funders Scotland rejected a warning that the banking sector could be severely damaged independence, insisted that monetary union is most likely the result of the sound itself. 

FT joint letter to seven business leaders, including Sir Donald MacKay, a former president of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, came as Standard Life said once again that serious concerns about the currency of Scotland, a member of the European Union and the tax after voting yes. 

Pension Corporation, based in Edinburgh, said six months may only change a lot of business in the UK after the vote was not carried out, and therefore launching an increase in earnings on Tuesday, said it was still possible to plan a trip south. 

Standard Life said more clearly available on a variety of issues that affect four million customers, including how the monetary system, financial services regulation and taxation of the people in all savings and retirement. 

Business leaders, all of which are known to support or independence supporter, said the biggest threat to the financial services sector, a significant risk of a referendum in Scotland come from all parts of the UK in the EU membership - the opinion is supported by a recent survey of CEOs said. 

After the attack on the independence of neutrality new research work dominated Scottish affairs select committee at Westminster, the signatories, who include Jim Spowart, founder of Standard Life Bank and former RBS chairman Sir George Mathewson says "There is a positive outlook for this sector, and we believe that the possibility of the union strong currency that is not only in the best interests of Scotland and the rest of the UK, but our industry .. 

"The financial sector in Scotland will always be successful because we have the skills, talents and connections necessary to grow," they conclude. 

As the referendum campaign to prepare the first televised debate between the Scottish first minister, Alex Salmond, and the leader is not a campaign, Alistair Darling, on behalf of Scottish Independence and revealed that Ralph Topping, executive director of the William Hill betting house, had a huh sound support. 

Topping, William Hill returned to the FTSE 100, said he believes there will be a monetary union, despite the promise of the Chancellor, George Osborne, chief secretary of the Treasury, Danny Alexander, and the shadow chancellor, Ed Balls, Sterling veto the agreement. 

"This is not the location of the brass plate banks in Scotland, but the concentration of economic assets in the UK that is important to the financial stability of the UK," said Topping. 

"Treasury should stop playing politics and they want to hear the sound of a collaborative approach to market an independent monetary system between Scotland and the rest of the UK In this case, common sense economics will always trump politics.". 

A pillar of the financial industry of Scotland, Standard Life was surprised when he said in February that they would take action to protect your business, including operations to move large pieces of English, although 189 years that any act of Scottish heritage. The company has been registered in the UK as part of a contingency plan. 

Chief executive David Nish, said the company, which employs about 5,000 people in Scotland, has received "very strong measure of support" from the shareholders for their plans. He denied the impression that a large number of angry customers have closed accounts with the company. "We are not aware of any large amount of money drawn in this regard," he said.

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