European financial markets regulation is a complex and growing sphere in which our extensive experience and consistent engagement uniquely positions us to offer meaningful guidance to our wide range of clients.

Wide-reaching legislation will change the future of market structure and directly affect market participants. We have provided some background and key dates on some of the major legislative changes on the pages below:

“Brexit” – UK’s exit from the EU

European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)

Capital Markets Union

Glossary of Terms

Sourced from European Parliament and European websites, financial and national newspapers and market practitioners.

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