UK banks ready for no-deal Brexit

“The UK banking system remains strong enough to continue to lend through the wide range of UK economic and financial shocks that could be associated with Brexit,” it added.


UK expats still attracted to Europe despite Brexit

Financial adviser network Blevins Franks discusses the three countries that keep Brits interested with their attractive lower costs of living, tax breaks, insurance bonds and non-resident tax schemes.


EU Exit: Impact on STO under MiFIR

ESMA has also given additional attention to the risk of disruption that conflicting EU27 and UK STOs may potentially create, in particular for UK branches of EU27 investment firms and for EU27 branches of UK investment firms.


Banks lose appetite for new Brexit fight

Four banks said they opposed another vote while one bank said it would remain agnostic on all Brexit scenarios and would let the political process - now stretching towards its third year - run its course.


EU to allow visa-free travel for Brits post Brexit

Therefore, even in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a UK citizen can stay in any Schengen Area country without a visa for a total of 90 days out of the 180 days that begin on the day of entry into the country.