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  • sitecore:item:Tree_Node_0E9B23FBB16A4ADAA6822A2792728394

    04/05/2017
    These briefing notes consider Gibraltar's constitutional status and some of the possible impacts of Brexit.
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  • EC: Article 50

    03/05/2017
    It has been announced that the College of Commissioners has today sent a recommendation to the Council to open the Article... 50 negotiations with the UK, including draft negotiating directives. The press release includes links to the text and Michel Barnier's accompanying speech. The recommendation will be sent to the Council, where it is set to be adopted by the General Affairs Council on 22 May 2017.
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  • EC: Article 50

    28/04/2017
    The text of a letter by Donald Tusk to the members of the European Council with regard to forthcoming Article 50... discussions has been published.
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  • EC: Speech by Valdis Dombrovskis: Challenges for EU financial services policy

    25/04/2017
    Text of this speech, given on 25 April 2017 follows. Topics include: equivalence and third countries, particularly in the light... of Brexit; CMU and supervisory convergence.
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  • HoC European Scrutiny Committee: 39th Report of Session 2016–17

    25/04/2017
    Section 1 of the report considers proposals with regard to the proposed Regulation on controls on cash entering or leaving the... EU (which is intended to complement the AMLD) and details the latest ministerial response to the Committee’s specific concerns. This remains under scrutiny by the Committee. The Committee also notes Brexit related concerns.
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  • LMA EU CONTRACT CONTINUITY CLAUSE

    20/04/2017
    The LMA has published a new model clause designed to give enhanced contract certainty on the occurrence of an ‘event’, associated... with membership of the EU or economic or monetary union in the EU. The clause provides that contracts will continue unless there is an urgent need to terminate a contract for licensing or other regulatory reason following Brexit or other EU member exit or Eurozone break-up.
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  • HOC: BREXIT READING LIST

    19/04/2017
    The House of Commons Library has compiled a selection of analysis and comment relevant to the UK's withdrawal from the EU... in their Brexit reading list. This paper provides information on and/or links to a selection of analysis, comment and statistics on: • Trade negotiations, tariffs and custom duties • Domestic economic policy and public expenditure • the EU budget, contributions, grants and loans • Business and industry, state aid and SMEs, • Employment, training, pay and the cost of living • Regional economic development and transport • Issues for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
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  • ECB: advice to banking groups considering relocating to the eurozone

    13/04/2017
    The ECB published information for banks considering relocating to the eurozone. The advice outlines the supervisory approach and relevant requirements.
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  • ESMA: Speech by Steven Maijoor: CMU Mid-Term Review Public Hearing

    11/04/2017
    Text of this speech, given on 11 April 2017 at the CMU public hearing at the EC follows. Specific areas... discussed include: rationale for supervisory convergence; Brexit and future supervision; a financial data strategy and CFD/binary options issues.
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  • BoE: Speech by Mark Carney: The high road to a responsible, open financial system

    07/04/2017
    Text of this speech, given on 7 April 2017 follows. Mark Carney discusses London’s importance as a global financial centre,... post-crisis regulation and, in the light of Brexit, BoE’s plans to “build a responsible financial globalisation that protects and serves the UK real economy, while securing the UK’s traditional role of supporting global prosperity through an open global economy”.
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