The UK has a rich tradition of musical innovation. From the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin to the more contemporary Adele and Ed Sheeran, the country has always taken a major role in the […]
The consequences of Brexit go far beyond assessments of corporate structures, financial passports, and regulatory equivalency rulings. We set out to take a closer look at how Brexit preparations are impacting the individuals that make up those corporate structures.
Last week, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) revealed several critical indicators of what a post-Brexit world might look like.
The European Banking Authority and Bank of England are urging one another to act quickly to avoid a calamitous melt down of European OTC swap contracts before the Brexit deadline. While their statements stirred up fear, the practical realities are less dramatic.
Last week, the EU Council’s legal service attempted to add clarity to ESMA’s delegation opinions but the most recent utterances have had the opposite effect thus adding to asset managers’ Brexit anxieties.