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Home / News and Insights / News / FCA shares plans for ‘no deal’ Brexit

Both the Government and the FCA have published statements on prospective plans to allow for post-Brexit continuity in the financial services sector, even in the event of no deal with the EU.

The main highlights of the statements include:

  • Legislating to allow EEA firms and funds to obtain “temporary permission” to continue operating in the UK for a limited time
  • Legislating to ensure that other contractual arrangements not covered by the “temporary permissions” (such as insurance contracts) can still operate
  • In the absence of EU authorities, ensuring UK authorities (such as the Bank of England) will be able to take up the mantle
  • Generally ensuring the necessary technical arrangements are in place to avoid disruption in the financial sector

The FCA will monitor the negotiations and review its proposed action accordingly.

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