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Pamela Thompson, Partner

Pamela Thompson

Partner

Practice areas

  • Brexit
  • Financial institutions
  • Financial services and markets regulation
  • Investment funds and asset management

Practice notes

Brexit and the legal implications for businesses

Pamela is Joint Head of the UK Financial Services team.

Her main areas of practice are collective investment schemes, pooled investments and financial services regulatory work. She handles onshore schemes including authorised and unauthorised unit trusts and limited partnerships and offshore schemes such as trusts, open-ended companies and closed-ended funds.

Pamela also undertakes general financial services work, including regulatory advice, structuring, taxation and marketing investment schemes.

Brexit

Pamela is one of our specialist Brexit lawyers. Contact Pamela Thompson for more information on the impact of Brexit on the financial services industry. View our Brexit hub for our full range of Brexit resources.

Brexit - How this will impact on UK financial institutions?

Our financial services team considers a range of issues for financial institutions affected by the vote to leave the EU. To read more, view our article “Brexit - How this will impact on UK financial institutions

The FCA’s BREXIT statement: An incomplete explanation of the short term legal impact on UK financial services?

 

Making sense of Brexit - What will it mean to leave the EU for asset managers?

Brexit: Implications for Financial Services videos

Following the referendum vote to leave the EU, this series of videos explores the legal and practical ramifications of this decision.

Awards

Eversheds has won for Innovation in Legal Expertise at the prestigious FT Innovative Lawyers Awards.

To view the details of the award click here.

  

Eversheds win Taxation’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in a Legal Firm

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   Eversheds recognised as Commercial Team of the year at the British Legal awards

undefinedThe Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

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