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Revising the EU rules for regulating banks

With the European Union promoting a Better Regulation and REFIT agenda, the Call for Evidence and the need for jobs and economic growth, the financial sector may be forgiven for having entertained the notion that the regulatory rhythm would slow down.

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BREXIT: Trade winds blow cold towards UK

Leaving the EU, joining the WTO and negotiating new FTAs amounts to a dizzying volume of negotiations for the UK across several fronts – London, Brussels, Geneva and, let’s say, Washington, New Delhi and Sydney amongst others – all within an extremely limited timeframe of two years or so.

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BREXIT: Trains, planes and ships in transport muddle

In the aftermath of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, the only thing that can be said with any certainty is that the country faces a sustained period of uncertainty.

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BREXIT: New battleground looms on agriculture & food

Brexit, in all foreseeable scenarios, will mean a departure from the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) subsidy and regulatory regime – a stark reality for the agriculture sector.

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UK Life Sciences sector faces very bleak outlook after Brexit decision

The economic and political upheaval since the referendum result to leave the EU have been felt deeply in the life science sector. The immediate impact on big Pharma share prices was not negative – a little safe stock haven – but the long term outlook for the industry in the UK is bleak.

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Brexit – How Trade will fare

The UK exports 45 per cent of its goods and services to the EU market which accounted for £223bn of trade last year. These exports did not attract any EU tariffs because of the UK’s EU membership.

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Brexit – How it will affect TMT

The UK’s vote to leave the European Union is likely to have a significant impact on to the Telecoms, Media & Technology (TMT) sector.

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Brexit – The impact on Real Estate

Although Brexit will have no significant effect on the UK’s largely devolved rules on property ownership and rental, land registration or transaction taxes such as stamp duty, it will affect a number of areas where EU rules apply.

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Brexit – Implications for Europe’s Healthcare Sector

Europe’s healthcare sector benefits greatly from the single market. Few medicines, diagnostics or medical devices are manufactured or licensed solely in the Member State where they are administered.

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