Brexit: contracts scramble to keep up with the news

Author: Lizzie Meager | Published: 15 Mar 2018
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This week banks and asset managers reveal their Brexit relocation plans to Practice Insight, as well as the key internal challenges of physically moving both staff and business functions.

And as contingency plans get into full swing, lawyers and firms explain how Brexit-related clauses have become market practice in contractual documentation. But the challenge is keeping it up to date with the ever-changing political news.

Meanwhile in Mifid II world, traders and front desk staff explain how the directive's best execution regime is in some cases creating a worse end result for clients than before. Find out their workarounds now.

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