Brexit and Financial Regulation
Herbst, Jonathan (EDT)
Lovegrove, Simon (EDT)
Oxford Univ Pr 2020/03
430 p. 24 cm
Given the uncertainty, this book provides high-level guidance on the complexity of Brexit as it applies to financial institutions through the eyes of leading lawyers. The analysis also includes a review of the approach taken by the key EU jurisdictions of Germany, France, the Netherlands and Ireland. Furthermore the book includes coverage of key pieces of EU legislation.
This book provides guidance on the complexity of Brexit as it applies to financial institutions. Through the eyes of leading lawyers it covers issues of market access, transposition of directly applicable regulation, the assumption of roles carried out by the ESA's, and the impact on cross-border contracts.
Table of Contents
1: Jonathan Herbst, Simon Lovegrove: Introduction Part 1: International standards and equivalence 2: Michael Raffan: International standards 3: Arun Srivastava: EU equivalence regime Part 2: The supervisory regime in the Brexit landscape 4: Daniel Carall-Green: EU approach to authorisation 5: Michael Born, Roberto Cristofolini, Floortje Nagelkerke, Donnacha O'Connor: EU27 approach to authorisation 6: Michael Thomas: The UK supervisory regime in the post Brexit environment 7: Clive Cunningham: PRA approach to the authorisation of international branches and subsidiaries 8: Charlotte Henry: The impact of the UK senior managers' regime Part 3: Brexit and financial services legislation 9: Nico Leslie, Aaron Taylor: Markets in Financial Instrument Directive II (MiFID II) / Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR) 10: Stuart Willey: Capital Requirements Directive IV (CRD IV) / Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) 11: Jan Putnis: Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) 12: Bob Penn: European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and euroclearing 13: Michael Thomas: Benchmarks Regulation (BMR) 14: Jake Green: Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) 15: Bob Haken, Isabella Jones: Solvency II Directive (Solvency II) Part 4: Conclusion 16: Jonathan Herbst, Simon Lovegrove: Conclusion