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Overview

As we approach Britain’s planned exit from the EU on 29th March 2019, there still appears to be much uncertainty over the outcomes of the final agreements.

Expert speakers will help shed light on the current situation and what to expect going forward as we leave the EU:

  • The State of Play and Future Prospects
  • The Future Relation: The UK as a 3rd Country
  • HMT: Financial Services in Transition
  • Role of Financial Regulators
  • Advice, Access, Permissions, and Reverse Solicitation: the Private Client Situation in Other EU Member States
  • The Position of PIMFA Firms and Clients 

Speakers

John Barrass
Deputy CEO
PIMFA
Cat Contiguglia
Reporter
POLITICO
Katherine Dillon
Of Counsel, Financial Services Regulation
Herbert Smith Freehills
Joey Jones
Strategic Counsel
Cicero Group
Jack Knight
Deputy Chief Executive
The Investment Association
Richard McGrand
Chief Executive
BRP Bizzozero & Partners
Jorge Morley-Smith
Director of Asset Management
KPMG
Robert Moulton
Partner
Latham & Watkins
Anna O'Shaughnessy
Head of Compliance
Rothschild & Co
Daniel Rusbridge
Head of Asset Management Policy
HM Treasury
Greg Sachrajda
Head of Department, International Delivery
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
John Saunders
Managing Director - Chief Operating Officer
Deutsche Bank UK

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Agenda

08:30               Registration & Networking Breakfast

09:00               Brexit Keynote: State of Play and Future Prospects

Joey Jones, Strategic Counsel, Cicero Group

  • The UK and EU Political Landscape

09:30               Future Relations: The UK as a 3rd Country

John Barrass, Deputy CEO, PIMFA

Cat Contiguglia, Reporter, POLITICO

Katherine Dillon, Of Counsel, Financial Services Regulation, Herbert Smith Freehills

Jorge Morely-Smith, Director – Asset Management, KPMG

  • Ensuring a smooth transition
  • Cooperation with ESAs and NCAs
  • Things to watch for
  • Expectations of firms as we change over

10:10               HMT: Financial Services in Transition

*Under Chatham House Rules*

Daniel Rusbridge
, Head of Asset Management Policy, HM Treasury

  • Impact of the Withdrawal Act on Operations in the UK
  • The Withdrawal Agreement, Transition, and Ratification
  • Implications of the White Paper Proposals for the retail sector

10:35               Networking Break

10:55               Role of Financial Regulators

Greg Sachrajda, Head of Department, International Delivery, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

 11:25               Advice, Access, Permissions, and Reverse Solicitation: the Private Client Situation in Other EU Member States

Richard McGrand, Chief Executive, BRP Bizzozero & Partners

11:55               The Position of PIMFA Firms and Clients

John Barrass, Deputy CEO,  PIMFA

Jack Knight, Deputy Chief Executive, The Investment Association

Rob Moulton, Partner, Latham & Watkins

Anna O’Shaughnessy, Head of Compliance, Rothschild & Co

John Saunders, Managing Director – Chief Operating Officer, Deutsche Bank UK

  • Retail not wholesale: tighter restrictions, no equivalence
  • Access to clients: EU passporting subsidiaries; the local office; merger or affiliation; handing over the clients; client interests
  • Access to funds: fund manager location and delegation back; UCITS domiciles and UK funds;
  • Brokerage: local brokers on continental exchanges

13:20              Closing Remarks

13:30              Event Ends: Networking Lunch

Tickets

Details

Date:
November 14
Time:
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Cost:
£149 - £249
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CPD Hours
3.5

Venue

Herbert Smith Freehills
Exchange House, Primrose St
London, EC2A 2EG United Kingdom
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