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  • TSC: Bank of England Financial Stability Report Hearings 2016-17

    13/07/2016
    TSC has published the transcript of the hearing held on 12 July 2016 at which Mark Carney and other senior BoE... staff, gave evidence on, amongst other matters, BoE’s pre-EU Referendum forecasts and interaction with HMT; open-ended real estate funds and the regulation of banks and reporting;.
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  • ESMA: Risk Dashboard

    13/07/2016
    ESMA has published a post-EU Dashboard, raising concerns that, following the EU Referendum, that market, liquidity and contagion risks may rise... going forward and that the macroeconomic environment may deteriorate.
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  • FRC: Reminders for half-yearly and annual financial reports following the EU Referendum

    12/07/2016
    In this press release, FRC highlights some matters for directors to consider when preparing their forthcoming half-yearly and annual financial reports... following the EU Referendum.
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  • HoC European Scrutiny Committee: Post Referendum consultation

    11/07/2016
    The Committee notes that, whilst it is continuing to scrutinise EU documents, it is asking stakeholders to submit views on the... Committee’s future role; whether there are policy areas be subject to increased or decreased scrutiny and which individual proposals should receive particular attention; and how Committee material be made more accessible and useful to third parties. Responses are required by 30 September 2016.
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  • EC: ECOFIN meeting

    11/07/2016
    The EC notes the agenda for the meeting being held on 11/12 July 2016, which includes: the economic and financial situation... in the euro area in the aftermath of the UK referendum; work towards new transparency rule in relation to AML/CFT and beneficial ownership and the state of play of current legislative proposals in the financial services sector.
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  • HoC PAC: The Government Balance Sheet

    11/07/2016
    The transcript of a hearing held on 7 July 2016 follows, in which Tom Scholar, Permanent Secretary, HMT, is questioned on... the preparatory work undertaken ahead of the Referendum.
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  • HMT: Joint statement from George Osborne and leaders of international investment banks

    08/07/2016
    This joint statement sets out the signatories’ intention work together to “help London retain its position as the leading international financial... centre”.
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  • European Parliament//EC: European Commissioners

    08/07/2016
    Further to Jonathan Hill’s resignation, at a European Parliament hearing on 7 July 2016, it was agreed that Valdis Dombrovskis is... in a position to take this role. An EC press release notes that President Juncker will meet Da Sir Julian King as the member of the European Commission of UK nationality to determine the candidate's ability to serve as a European Commissioner
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  • TSC: UK's future economic relationship with the EU inquiry

    07/07/2016
    TSC has published a transcript of the hearing held on 5 July 2016 attended Professor Michael Dougan, Professor of European Law,... University of Liverpool, Dr Robin Niblett CMG, Director, Chatham House, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, former UK Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Raoul Ruparel, Co-Director, Open Europe. Topics include: general legal issues surrounding Brexit and passporting.
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  • EC: Extraordinary meeting of ECOFIN

    06/07/2016
    The EC has published the text of the opening statement by Valdis Dombrovskis at a meeting today. He discusses ongoing... work, including the Banking Union and the Capital Markets Union. He also emphasises that “the financial services sector will be among those most affected by any change in the EU's relationship with the UK. We do not know exactly what our future relationship with the UK will look like. We hope the UK can remain a close partner. Until the UK leaves, it remains a full member of the European Union, with all the rights and obligations this entails … any future agreement concluded with the UK as a third country, would have to balance rights and obligations. Access to the Single Market would require the UK to accept all four freedoms … There can be no cherry-picking”.
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