Brexit roundtable: equivalence or bust?

Author: | Published: 26 Jan 2017

IFLR hosted the UK’s leading regulatory lawyers to discuss the best path forward for London’s financial institutions seeking single market access. The debate was friendly but the differences were often stark

The speakers

Peter Bevan
Global practice head, financial regulation
Linklaters

Jonathan Herbst
Global head of financial services
Norton Rose Fulbright

Rachel Kent
Global head of financial institutions
Hogan Lovells

Caroline Meinertz
Partner
Clifford Chance

Barney Reynolds
Head of global financial institutions advisory
Shearman & Sterling

While financial institutions have been grabbling with post-Brexit market realities their private practice advisors have been weighing up the legal possibilities.

IFLR has been in dialogue with these heads of financial services regulation over the past few months and over that period it became apparent that these figures, so crucial to the direction that UK banks and corporates will take, were often working alone. And while they all have clear ideas on the best approach for the industry, they occasionally diverge over...


 

 

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