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  • HoL EU Committee: Letter from David Davis

    10/08/2017
    The Committee has published a letter from David Davis on the Brexit negotiations, which outlines progress so far on the key... withdrawal issues.
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  • FCA: Annual Public Meeting - outstanding questions

    10/08/2017
    FCA has published a document covering outstanding questions from the July meeting. Topics include: SMR; FCA and Brexit; the review... of retained provisions of the Consumer Credit Act 1974; cyber risk; PPI; the regulation of pensions; asset management; insurance and outsourcing crowdfunding and enforcement.
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  • TSC/PRA: PRA contingency plans for Brexit

    10/08/2017
    Nicky Morgan, the new chair of TSC, has published the text of her letter to PRA, which requests details of this... exercise undertaken by the regulator, along with Sam Woods’ response. Sam Woods discusses the results of the exercise and notes specific Brexit risks in the financial services sector and suggests that PRA "may have to make some difficult prioritisation decisions” as it anticipates the effect of authorisation and supervision of a significant number of additional firms.
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  • HoC: Brexit: the July negotiations

    07/08/2017
    This HoC briefing paper looks at aspects of the second round of Brexit negotiations, which took place between 17-20 July ...2017.
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  • FCO/HMT: DFIT: Public consultation on the UK’s future legal framework for imposing and implementing sanctions

    02/08/2017
    Further to the April 2017 consultation, a feedback statement has been published setting out plans for a Sanctions Bill. This... will create new powers to impose, implement and enforce sanctions regimes and is described as a Bill that will “repatriate powers on non-UN sanctions from Brussels, reflecting and building on the measures that the UK currently has under EU law”.
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  • EC: EU agencies based in the UK

    01/08/2017
    It is reported 27 proposals by the 27 member states have been received in relation to hosting the EU agencies currently... based in the UK – 8 for EBA and 19 for EMA. An assessment will be published on 30 September 2017. The Council will then have a political discussion based on this assessment at the General Affairs Council in October 2017, with a final decision to be taken in November 2017.
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  • HoC: Brexit and data protection

    28/07/2017
    This HoC library briefing paper considers data protection and what might happen after Brexit.
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  • European Parliament: Statement by Guy Verhofstadt and the EP Brexit Steering Group

    26/07/2017
    Following a meeting held by the Steering Group and Michel Barnier on 25 July 2017, this statement was released.
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  • FCA: Annual Public Meeting

    25/07/2017
    FCA has published the transcript of the annual public meeting, which took place on 18 July 2017, which includes discussion of... FCA’s forthcoming work and Q&As on various topics, including Brexit, MiFID, fintech and SMR/leadership culture.
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  • HoL EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee: Financial regulation and supervision following Brexit

    24/07/2017
    The Committee has published a call for evidence for this new inquiry which will consider: the scope for the UK to... adapt its own regime to new circumstances post-Brexit and foster innovation, while still maintaining market access; whether equivalence is the best means to achieve continued cooperation, and what other forms of alignment could exist; differences between the UK, EU and international regimes in financial regulation and where gaps exist; whether there are areas in which it could be beneficial for the UK to deviate from the EU’s current framework in future and how any regulatory divergence, and shared supervisory concerns, can best be managed, including mechanisms for dispute resolution. Responses are required by 29 September 2017.
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