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The EU-UK Brexit Deal and Financial Services - Where do Things Stand Now?

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - January 13 2021 After years in the making, Brexit has completed and the United Kingdom (the "UK") ended the transition period with a deal (the "Brexit Deal") as at...

Gráinne Callanan, Louise Dobbyn, Claire Scannell, Joe Beashel.

Irish Temporary Run-off Regime for UKGibraltar authorised insurers and insurance intermediaries

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - January 7 2021 When Part 101 of the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (Consequential Provisions) Act 2020 (the "Brexit Omnibus 2020 Act") was...

Liam Flynn, Gráinne Callanan.

16 November deadline looms large for firms’ Central Bank of Ireland confirmations regarding new PCF roles

Ireland - November 6 2020 On 25 February 2020, the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") issued a Notice of Intention (the "Notice of Intention") proposing the creation...

Liam Flynn, Gráinne Callanan, Joe Beashel.

Brexit - Is Equivalence a Solution for Financial Services?

United Kingdom, European Union - October 9 2020 Alongside the continuing challenges of COVID-19 for businesses and communities globally, Brexit has returned prominently to the headlines in recent...

Liam Flynn, Joe Beashel, Christian Donagh, Tara Doyle, Shay Lydon, Anne-Marie Bohan.

How should regulated firms manage Pre-Approval Controlled Functions (PCFs) vacancies at this time?

European Union, Ireland - May 6 2020 As Regulated Financial Service Providers (“RFSPs”) navigate their way through the unchartered waters of this Covid-19 pandemic they are...

Joe Beashel.