Last week, EU leaders rejected Theresa May’s Brexit proposals, increasing the chance for a no-deal Brexit. For both UK and global asset managers who see the longer-term potential opportunity, now is their chance to make a change.
Another day, another delay: EU summit in October will no longer be a place to agree on post-Brexit plans.
Once thought of as a politically motivated scare tactic within the Brexit debate, as the clock counts down to Brexit day, a no-deal Brexit is becoming a real possibility. Here’s what asset managers need to know:
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.