The possibility of Britain leaving the Union has
prompted panic about third country access under EU
With the June 23 referendum on Britain's membership of
the EU creeping nearer, counsel are beginning to analyse the
practical implications of a possible Brexit. Beyond the
potential impact on the UK's economy, a slew of legal concerns
|What are your biggest Brexit
If British citizens vote to leave the EU, much will depend
on the adopted model. If the UK was to join the European
Economic Area it could continue to take advantage of the
passport system. But under a customs union or UK-EU free trade
agreements model, the UK would have freedom to regulate its own
financial services sector.
Despite this uncertainty over format – as well as
outcome – IFLR decided to poll readers on their
biggest concerns regarding a possible Brexit.
Thirty-one percent of those polled selected third...