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More Pieces of the Brexit Puzzle: Enhanced Equivalence, Transitional Regimes

United Kingdom, European Union - August 20 2018 Many EU and U.K. financial institutions have been waiting with bated breath for (and commencing their contingency plans without) a clear picture of...

Sara Evans, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.


European Commission Confirms No Issue With Contract Continuity on a Hard Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - July 19 2018 The European Commission today published a communication addressing the possible consequences of a hard Brexit. In it, they discuss the long-standing...

Kolja Stehl, Oliver Linch, Sara Evans, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.


Smoothing the Path for Financial Institutions on Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - July 3 2018 The U.K.’s HM Treasury has set out its approach to the grandfathering of EU27 businesses on Brexit and to how existing EU financial services...

Kolja Stehl, Sara Evans, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.


ESMA Sounds a Death Knell for Cross-Border Exchange Access, in Conflict With UK Legislation and MiFIR

United Kingdom, European Union - November 28 2017 Guidance of questionable legal accuracy from the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) casts doubt on the ability of non-EU members of EU...

Kolja Stehl, Daniel Frost, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.


EU Proposals to Strengthen the Powers of the European Supervisory Authorities

United Kingdom, European Union - October 26 2017 On 20 September 2017, the European Commission made proposals to strengthen the regulatory and supervisory powers of the three European Supervisory...

Michael Scargill, Wilf Odgers, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.