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Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) maintained that no additional UK value added tax (VAT) would be payable by owners of pleasure...

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The financial trade press (e.g. see Financial News) is reporting that certain EU regulators have questioned the ability for a UK firm to...

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The Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement did not specifically address financial services. However, the EU and the UK did commit to...

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Covid-19 related amendments to the EU Securitisation Regulation

The European Parliament and the Council of the European adopted Regulation...

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EU law – current law

EMIR, as amended by EMIR Refit, provides that certain pension scheme arrangements are temporarily exempt from the...

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The rules relating to disputes with a European element have changed as a result of Brexit and the end of the UK’s transition period on 31...

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The FCA has published the results of its review into UK asset managers’ implementation of the MiFID II product governance rules. The FCA...

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Since 1 January 2021, EU trade marks have no longer been protected under the UK trade mark regime as a result of the UK leaving the EU....

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The temporary marketing permissions regime (the TMPR) is now being used by many EEA-domiciled UCITS that, pre-Brexit, relied on a UCITS...

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A new year and a new relationship between the UK and EU beckons as the transitional period finally ended on 31 December 2020. The new...

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With a free trade agreement between the UK and the EU agreed on Christmas Eve, there is now more visibility on the regulatory landscape...

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Gallaher v HMRC: the last UK reference to the CJEU?

In the recent Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery decision of Gallaher v HMRC, it was...

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The eyes of most Brexit watchers are on the trade talks in Brussels.  In the background, however, the process of legislating for the...

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Ahead of the end of the transition period, the Luxembourg regulator, the CSSF, has helpfully issued a press release reconfirming the...

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Last week, Sam Woods, CEO of the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) gave a speech on the regulatory architecture for UK banks...