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We are pleased to announce that our Financial Institutions (FI) team will hold a Brexit seminar in February 2019 in Paris. The objective of the seminar is to create awareness of the impact on the European financial institutions industry doing business in the UK after Brexit. Our Paris and London FI experts will give an overview of the recent developments regarding the negotiations on the future EU/UK relationship and what they are seeing in the market…
We are pleased to advise that the recording for our September 2017 MiFID II Academy webinar is now available. To access the recording, please click here
On Friday, 28 July, French Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) published its guide on funding of research by investment firms under MiFID II (link). This guide follows AMF’s September 2016 consultation on funding of research and the corresponding February 2017 feedback statement. It seeks to provide market participants with additional interpretation and practical implementation guidance in respect of rules pertaining to funding of research as set out by MiFID II and the corresponding…
Our European financial services team will be hosting a series of seminars in November across our offices in France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. More information and booking details for each seminar can be found via the hyper-link on the relevant City below: Paris | November 21, 2016 Amsterdam | November 22, 2016 Milan | November 23, 2016 Frankfurt | November 24, 2016…
The French Prudential Control and Resolution Authority (Autorité du Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution, or ACPR) and the French Financial Markets Authority (Autorité des Marchés Financiers, or AMF) have announced a joint initiative intended both to reassure certain British institutions (including British subsidiaries of other institutions) as to the possible consequences of a “hard Brexit” and to encourage them to create or continue branches or other forms of permanent presence in France. Currently, insurance companies,…