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This tracker lists all Brexit-related financial services statutory instruments (SIs), together with explanatory memoranda and other information for each SI, as well as links to primary sources. The majority of financial services SIs have been published by HM Treasury under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (EU(W)A 2018) to ensure that the UK continues to have a functioning financial services regulatory regime when the UK leaves the EU in a no-deal Brexit scenario or at the end of any applicable transition period. The government has also published new regulations under the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 to ensure that sanctions currently in force in the UK under EU legislation and related UK regulations continue to operate effectively.
The Brexit Financial Services SI tracker can be accessed here:
The Brexit Financial Services SI tracker provides, for each SI, with links to relevant sources:
Status: whether an SI is currently in draft form or ‘made’
Date: the date of the latest draft of the SI, or the date it was made
Citation: the citation of the SI
Title: the title of the SI, with a link to the latest draft or made version
Summary: a brief summary of the SI
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