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No-deal Brexit: transitional regime for third-country benchmarks extended

In a recent statutory instrument which makes some amendments to onshoring legislation, the UK Parliament has extended the transitional regime for third country benchmarks from 31 December 2019 to 31 December 2022

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Brexit: challenges and opportunities for FinTechs

With a no-deal Brexit on 31 October still a possibility, what are the main concerns for FinTechs? Here, we review what these are and why businesses should continue their preparations to ensure they can offer their services with minimal disruption

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EBA Report on the impact of FinTech on payment institutions and e-money institutions business models

The European Banking Authority report  is not intended to set models for future developments but aims at better understanding the ongoing changes in the payment industry and enhancing knowledge among regulators, supervisors and market players

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Europe's share trading spat with Switzerland is a warning shot Britain should take seriously

As a result of political fallout, investment firms in the EU and Switzerland cannot access key share trading venues on a cross-border basis. The dispute is a stark reminder of what could await the UK after Brexit

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The UK post-Brexit sanctions regime – fragmented and incoherent?

The UK Foreign Affairs Committee has published a report, expressing concern that little high-level thought appears to have gone into considering the future of UK sanctions policy after Brexit. Here, we review what the report said, whether its criticisms are valid and what its effect will be

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UK to be treated like any other third country by French data protection regulator in case of a no-deal Brexit

The French data protection regulator has declared what data controllers and processors would have to do in respect of data transfers in the event of a no-deal Brexit and absent an adequacy decision, clarifying that the UK should be treated like any other country outside the European Economic Area 

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UK and Netherlands agree closer partnership and to collaborate on FinTech

The UK Financial Conduct Authority and the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets have signed an agreement, which builds on the existing relationship between the two authorities and will also develops the relationship in areas such as FinTech

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Watch out: UK FCA sets out priorities for year ahead, including crypto and FinTech

Cryptoassets and FinTech feature high on the agenda in terms of the key priorities the Financial Conduct Authority has set for the next 12 months

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