19 Sep 2017
Brexit, and the anticipated associated loss of passporting (the ability to freely conduct cross-border business), could lead to the erection of implicit trade barriers for financial firms trading into the European Economic Area (EEA). The FCA identified that over five thousand non-EEA institutions currently reside in London and utilise one of the EU’s “passports”.
Consequently, firms must now consider how to restructure their businesses in order to ensure continued market access. This could mean setting up or relocating hubs to a location within the EEA, which will demand an increase in EEA-based operations and personnel. These changes will require legal, regulatory, process, operational and physical changes. They will also mean the movement of tens of thousands of jobs.
06 Sep 2017
Baringa Partners today publishes its 2017 annual CASS survey report.
31 Aug 2017
A notifiable breach has to be reported to the relevant supervisory authority within 72 hours of the organisation becoming aware of it.
11 Aug 2017
Please click here or on the image below to find out more about the imposition of tariffs to reduce benefits to consumers.
08 Aug 2017
Baringa Partners hosted a breakfast roundtable discussion on 27th July 2017, attended by a group of thirteen multi-national Large Energy Users (LEUs) from a range of sectors, including energy infrastructure, fast moving consumer goods and media.