The custodian selected Luxembourg as its post-Brexit destination in 2017, creating an EU-banking license as it looked to continue serving continental European funds.
Potential changes to MiFID II could mean EU asset managers setting up a branch in the UK post-Brexit would face barriers dealing with European clients.
Global Custodian looks at the recent MOUs’ between the UK and EU financial regulators and their implication for securities markets.
The agreement between ESMA and the Bank of England eases concerns of significant disruption to the Irish securities market.
UK exchange group acquires 4.92% stake in Euroclear as two look to work together on commercial collaboration and product development.
Since the EU referendum, 20 companies monitored by EY have announced a transfer of assets out of London into Europe.
Ahead of the New Year, we ask industry experts to give their predictions on what to look out for in 2019. We begin with a look at some regional forecasts.
Within an overall negative outlook for Britain's fund management sector post-Brexit, State Street finds some optimism in its latest research.
DTCC finds that half of respondents believe Brexit will pose a threat to the broader economy, as concerns about cyber risk and regulation ease.
Euronext would no longer be able to settle Irish securities at Euroclear’s London-based CREST once the UK leaves the European Union.