Deep Dive: 'Confusing' post-Brexit regulation still needs 'ironing out'

Impact not fully understood

Cristian Angeloni
clock • 4 min read

Despite the eighth anniversary of the EU referendum fast approaching, industry professionals have highlighted that post-Brexit regulation for financial services remains “confused” and in need of “ironing out”.

Discussing the state of UK-EU regulations post-Brexit, experts agreed that negotiations have taken much longer than anticipated and there are still several issues that need addressing, with the longer-term impact and ramifications potentially taking years to be fully understood. Deep Dive: Interest rates uncertainty fuels investor interest in short-term fixed income ETFs When Chancellor Jeremy Hunt introduced the Edinburgh Reforms in December 2022, the move was supposed to offer clarity and certainty on post-Brexit regulation. Some of the measures set out included replacing the pac...

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