Forecast of the Future UK Funds Regime – 2022 by Verena Charvet of Merlys – January 2022 As is well-known, the UK government during 2021 launched reviews of several areas of financial regulation. 2022 will see the outcomes of this work and regulatory...
Quick Read | Is the ESG carriage being pulled by two horses travelling at different speeds? Merlys ESG Series – Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and the Taxonomy Regulation April 2021 – Quick Read There has been a lot to get to grips with...
Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and Taxonomy Regulation Merlys ESG Series – April 2021 – full article Following the 10 March 2021 commencement of the SFDR disclosure obligations, this briefing note is aimed at in-scope non-EU alternative investment...
[The Post-Brexit approach to regulating financial services in the UK as at Q1 2021 Following on from our “Key Implications” briefing note on the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (24 December 2020) (the Agreement) this briefing note takes a more...
Key Implications of the 2020 UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement February 2021 The Agreement 24 December 2020, saw the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU) reach a Trade and Cooperation Agreement (the “Agreement”) in advance of the end of the...
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