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Making the complex clear – Financial Services and the trade and co-operation agreement

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With a leading pan-European financial services team and a Tier 1 ranked Brexit advisory practice Eversheds Sutherland is one of the leading thought leaders on the impact of Brexit on financial services.  Read our round-up of commentary on issues relevant to the financial services sector arising from the UK and EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement produced to help our clients focus on the issues that matter most, and to provide practical support to aid informed decision making. The commentary covers the principal themes of equivalence, temporary permissions, divergence and reverse solicitation, specific concerns including cyber security, data protection, employment, ESG, dispute resolution, competition, personal responsibility, sanctions and tax, and covers the key areas of asset management, corporate banking, derivatives, hedge funds, insurance, pension funds, private equity and retail financial services. The issues for each of France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy and Spain are also summarised.

To view a copy of the briefing, please click here.