The Bank of England, the UK Financial Conduct Authority, and the US Commodity Futures Commission agreed to take measures to ensure that derivatives market activity between the UK and US will not be disrupted no matter what type of Brexit occurs at the end of March 2019. Among other things, the three regulators will implement measures to ensure continued supervisory cooperation, extend existing CFTC relief to European Union firms (including UK firms) and to UK firms that will not be part of the EU at the time of Brexit, and ensure that US trading venues, firms and clearinghouses are able to continue to provide services in the UK.