Sweet transition for a (hard) Brexit - Preparing Financial Institutions in the EU

After another round of "indicative votes" by the British Parliament at the beginning of the week, there is still no certainty on whether and how Brexit will come. However, the likelihood of a "hard" Brexit increases day by day. To help our financial institutions clients in the EU prepare for the significant possibility of a hard Brexit on 12 April, we are presenting a series of seminars and roundtables to consider what happens if (i) the UK leaves with no deal, or (ii) the UK closes a deal in principle, but legislation is not in place on Brexit day.

We are delighted to invite you to our seminar in Frankfurt to provide you with continued support and guidance as you navigate this uncertain time. Please note that the seminar will be in English.


18:00 - 18:15 h: Registration and get-together

18:15 - 18:30 h: Introduction - Jochen Seitz

18:30 - 19:45 h: What happens if UK (i) leaves with no deal, or (ii) closes a deal in principle, but legislation is not in place on Brexit Date? - Tim Brandi, Jeff Greenbaum, Sébastien Gros, Rachel Kent, Fabian Pfuhl, Richard Reimer, Jochen Seitz

With colleagues form across the EU and UK we will be looking at how governments and regulators in the EU, Germany, Italy, France and the UK are trying to soften the hard Brexit effects.

A few practical questions:

  • Temporary permissions regime in the EU27 and UK
  • Relocation, outsourcing, back branching dos and don'ts
  • Management of UK banks' participations in loan syndicates post Brexit
  • Banks' insolvency
  • Data protection in EU and UK post Brexit

Click here to register.

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