Italy - Brexit: Webpages of the Italian supervisory Authority on Brexit

15 March 2019

Unless a different decision is taken, the United Kingdom’s withdrawal shall be effective starting from 29 March 2019.
According to the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the EU and the UK, following to UK’s exit from the EU, a transition period during which the European Treaties and the EU legislation will continue to apply in the United Kingdom (lasting at least until the end of December 2020) will begin. In the meanwhile, the EU and the UK will continue to negotiate an agreement on future EU-UK relations.
Should the Withdrawal Agreement not be ratified, a cliff-edge scenario in the relationship between EU-UK would take place starting from 29 March. The main consequence for UK-based financial institutions would be that the single passport would cease to apply.
European and Italian authorities and institutions are working to ensure adequate preparation for the Hard Brexit scenario. In this light, the Bank of Italy has set up a webpage providing information on Brexit for both the public and financial intermediaries.
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Future Dates

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  • 9 December 2019

    The changes set out in the appendices of PRA PS20/19, implementing changes to the prescribed responsibility for recovery and resolution under SM&CR,  will come into force. 

  • 9 December 2019

    PRA Consultation CP20/19 closes. 

  • 10 December 2019

    FCA CP19/29  on recovering the costs of supervising cryptoasset businesses under the Money Laundering Regulations.  For the registration fee proposal, the consultation closes on 11 November 2019. The FCA intends to publish feedback and confirm the registration fee in its December 2019 Handbook Notice.

    For the periodic fee proposal, the consultation closes on 10 December 2019. The FCA intends to publish feedback in its April 2020 annual fee-rates consultation paper.