'Uncertainty remains the word of the moment' as asset managers prepare for no-deal Brexit

Industry reaction to government's technical notices

Mike Sheen
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The government promised it was taking "unilateral action" to prevent UK firms being cut off from the EEA
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The government promised it was taking "unilateral action" to prevent UK firms being cut off from the EEA

Industry figures have warned asset managers must prepare for a no-deal Brexit, despite little certainty as to the ramifications of such an outcome, as the government urged EU authorities to reciprocate its efforts in damage limitation.

Yesterday (23 August), the government promised it was taking "unilateral action" to prevent UK firms being cut off from the European Economic Area, but said this could be fruitless "unless the EU acts...

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