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Beyond capital and liquidity: structural implications of the EU’s prudential regulatory reforms

United Kingdom, European Union - July 17 2019 In regulatory terms, UK and other European financial institutions have found it hard to see far past the management of Brexit. But that is set to...

Brice Henry, Dr Alexander Behrens.

A reflection on the current state of play regarding how EEA firms can provide financial services into the UK post-Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - July 2 2019 On 11 April 2019, politicians kicked the possibility of a cliff edge Brexit into the (relatively) long grass but with UK politics still deeply divided...

Oonagh Harrison.

The UK regulation of EEA firms post-Brexit - contractual continuity and the financial services contracts regime

United Kingdom, European Union - January 8 2019 EEA firms currently passporting into the UK are contingency planning for a "hard Brexit" on which their authorisation to continue to conduct regulated...

Kate Sumpter, Nick Bradbury, Kirsty Taylor, Oonagh Harrison, Ben Regnard-Weinrabe, Andrzej Wieckowski, Damian Carolan, Etay Katz.

PRA policy statement published on the revised EU securitisation framework and significant risk transfer

United Kingdom - December 20 2018 The PRA’s policy relating to the implementation of the Securitisation Regulation is relevant to PRA-authorised firms subject to the CRR and Capital...

Jo Goulbourne Ranero, Salim Nathoo, Maria Green.

Resolution in the UK post-Brexit - onshoring the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive

United Kingdom, European Union - December 17 2018 The Brexit engines at HM Treasury, the FCA, PRA and Bank of England are responding admirably to the challenge posed by Brexit to ensure that the UK...

Kate Sumpter, Nick Bradbury, Kirsty Taylor, Damian Carolan, Etay Katz.