Whether it is under the Withdrawal Agreement or by way of a hard Brexit, at the end of March or later the UK’s relationship with EU will be changing. Access to EU clients and counterparties will change, access to trading markets will change. The UK is putting in place a raft of legislation to smooth the transition, ESMA has negotiated a vital memorandum of understanding with the FCA and individual member states are introducing a range of just in case emergency measures.
This workshop will set out the framework for the UK and EU to continue to carry on financial services and consider some of the practical implications. Its intention is to take the big picture and help attendees apply it to their own businesses.
The workshop will be delivered by Elizabeth Budd who is a financial services regulatory partner at Pinsent Masons LLP at their Fountainbridge Offices in Edinburgh.
Elizabeth has extensive expertise advising asset managers, fund managers, depositaries, wealth managers, fund distributors including platforms and insurance companies on the constantly shifting regulatory landscape in the UK and EU.
Legal 500 describes her as “respected as a leader in the fund management world” and Chambers describes her as “highly regarded in the investment fund community for expertise and reliable advice”. She is the newly appointed editor to Sweet & Maxwell’s Collective Investment Schemes: The Law and Practice.
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