TheCityUK has listed 17 points in a two-page document that calls for limited market access for some finance sectors and focusses on a bespoke deal with the EU, based on mutual recognition and regulatory co-operation. This would keep the door open for cross-border trading of stocks and bonds, and sales of certain other products. TheCityUK proposals mark a shift away from calls for full passporting rights to be maintained for the finance industry after Brexit. Key priorities include: (i) clear transitional arrangements; (ii) market access; (iii) issues affecting marketing and dealing; (iv) product standards (mutual recognition of all products); (v) market infrastructure and regulatory frameworks; and (vi) legal continuity.