Despite the hopes of many businesses across the UK and Europe, Brexit remains a massive uncertainty.
Even with a non-binding resolution that Parliament rejects a ‘no deal’ Brexit on 29 March 2019, this remains a distinct possibility.
For financial services firms, this means the loss of ‘passporting’ rights in the European Economic Area.
Firms will need to set up a new legal entity in an EEA Member State and obtain an authorisation for that entity.
fscom’s Brexit Planning e-book has been developed to help inform your organisation’s decision-making process.
Find out what regulators in… Sweden, Germany, Ireland, France, Lithuania and Belgium are looking for
The challenges and costs associated with applications for authorisation and…
Tips on fast-tracking the process.