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Welcome to the first bulletin of the LexisPSL Financial Services 'News Brief'. This weekly update gives you a quick insight into some of the biggest stories from the past week, and highlights some of the stories that may have gone under your radar.
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The Bank of England (BoE), Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued a joint statement on continuity of derivatives trading and clearing post-Brexit. BoE, FCA and CFTC say that they are taking measures to ensure that the UK's withdrawal from the EU, in whatever form it takes, will not create regulatory uncertainty
regarding derivatives market activity between the UK and US, and will coordinate their activities in the areas of supervisory cooperation, extension of existing CFTC relief and comparability for the UK, and UK equivalence for the US.
The FCA published policy statement PS 19/5: Brexit Policy Statement and Transitional Directions. The policy statement contains
feedback received in response to its Brexit consultations: CP 18/28: Brexit: proposed changes to the Handbook and Binding Technical Standards; CP18/36: Brexit: proposed changes to the Handbook and Binding Technical Standards – second consultation;
CP 18/29: Temporary permission regime for inbound firms and funds; CP 19/2: Brexit and contractual continuity and CP 18/34: Regulatory fees and levies, policy proposals for 2019/20. The policy statement also includes near-final Handbook rules
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