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Financial Regulatory Observer March 2019

United Kingdom, European Union, Germany - March 20 2019 The Financial Regulatory Observer regularly sets spotlights on selected topics driving the regulatory and technological changes in the financial...

Paul Alexander, Cenzi Gargaro, Kevin Petrasic, Richard Pogrel, Angelo Messore, Laura Kitchen, Glen R. Cuccinello, Julia Smithers Excell, Paul Saltzman, Will Giles, Alexander Abedine, Dr. Dennis Heuer, Stuart Willey, Charles Balmain.

Brexit preparedness for financial services: the German response

United Kingdom, European Union, Germany - February 7 2019 The House of Commons recently rejected the Withdrawal Agreement. While the UK Parliament is still debating how to leave the EU, a hard Brexit remains...

Charles Balmain.

Trading activities between UK and German broker-dealers post Brexit - The German regulatory perspective

United Kingdom, European Union, Germany - January 29 2019 Set forth below is the joint view of the undersigned law firms on the German regulatory position for UK broker-dealers who continue to deal in...

Cryptoassets and ICOs: EU Regulators Show Their Hand

European Union - January 14 2019 On 9 January 2019, the European Banking Authority (EBA) and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published two reports with their...

Laura Kitchen, Dr. Carsten Lösing, Julia Smithers Excell, Stuart Willey.

Should the Government lose the 'meaningful vote' - What next?

United Kingdom, European Union - January 9 2019 The EU (Withdrawal) Act 2018 requires Parliament to pass a motion approving the withdrawal agreement and the framework for the future relationship...

Cenzi Gargaro, Jacquelyn MacLennan, Richard Eglin, Oliver Brettle, Chris Brennan, Ingrid York, Genevra Forwood, Stuart Willey, Charles Balmain.