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Welcome to the weekly Financial Services highlights from the Financial Services team for the week ending 30 November 2017.
The European Commission made two legislative proposals to amend the founding Regulations of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Banking Authority (EBA). This follows an agreement by the EU27 leaders to move the EMA and the EBA from London to Amsterdam and Paris, respectively. The proposals are strictly limited to confirming the new seats of the agencies in the two founding Regulations.
The House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee produced a report on Brexit and the UK’s financial services sector, interim arrangements, and the possibility of a ‘cliff-edge’ departure. The report also discusses the status of EU legislative proposals on resolution and recovery, and capital requirements.
On 29 November 2017, the House of Lords EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee heard evidence from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)’s CEO, Andrew Bailey and the chair of Barclays, John McFarlane.
The London Market Group (LMG) published a proposal for the UK government that sets out a mechanism that would enable the EU and UK to maintain access to their insurance markets and control over their respective regulatory systems, once the UK leaves the EU.
The FCA published the
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