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‘Brexit day’ is now scheduled for 31 October, which means the UK has until that time to avoid a no-deal Brexit. A number of alternatives may be explored, from re-negotiating the deal, holding a second referendum or choosing to revoke Article 50 and cancelling Brexit. As things stand, the only thing…
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Cartus was tapped to weigh in on the impact of Brexit on financial institutions, as Executive Senior Vice President, EMEA & APAC, David Pascoe, recently spoke with The New York Times in an article, For Wall Street Banks in London, It’s Moving Time.
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As we get ever nearer to the UK leaving the EU on 29 March, there is much speculation about whether it will be a hard or soft Brexit, or whether there will be a second referendum, or indeed a ‘technical’ extension, whereby Article 50 is delayed until later in the year. Amongst all of these…
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The UK government triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty in March 2017 to officially begin the process to leave the European Union (EU), and Brexit negotiations are still at a relatively early stage. The complexities surrounding the relationship between the UK and the EU are becoming more and…

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