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explains where to find information on the latest Brexit developments, in particular, those that impact financial institutions
explains how UK legislation will be impacted by the end of the transition period and the approach taken to ‘on-shoring’ financial services legislation
explains Brexit related issues of general applicability to finance transactions, including passporting, security and data transfer
sets out key issues for various specific types of financing (including project finance, real estate, aviation, debt capital markets (DCM), securitisation, derivatives and transactions involving individuals), and
explains the impact of certain key statutory instruments
Information on the impact of Brexit on documentary terms in facilities agreements can be found in the Brexit checklist—finance documents [Archived] and in Practice Note: Brexit—documentary implications for facility agreements [Archived].
The Financial Services Brexit timeline sets out the key events, publications, and next steps on Brexit of most relevance to financial services firms.
Our Banking & Finance news tracker lists the Brexit developments that most impact finance transactions.
The Brexit toolkit collates all our Brexit related content for each Practice Area, making it easy to find what you’re looking for.
Brexit Bulletin—key updates, research tips and resources contains information on the implementation period and links to research tips and resources.
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