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July 28, 2016, Covington Alert
The UK is currently the largest financial centre in the European Union (“EU”). A large number of global financial institutions have a presence in the UK, both in order to participate in the UK financial market and also as a hub to access clients and markets across the EU. Whatever form Brexit takes, it will have an enormous impact on the financial services industry. The extent of the impact will depend upon the chosen model for an on-going relationship with the EU and transitional arrangements made in the period whilst the UK negotiates arrangements with the EU.
April 29, 2016, The Wall Street Journal
Charlotte Hill is quoted in this Wall Street Journal article discussing the new UK market abuse rules. According to Hill, “The scope of the new market abuse regime is much wider than the previous regime.”
April 15, 2016, The Wall Street Journal
Charlotte Hill is quoted in The Wall Street Journal’s “Morning Risk Report” discussing the Financial Conduct Authority’s consultation paper. According to Hill, improving transparency and efficiency is part of the reform that is making the FCA a “very much tougher” regulator.
March 22, 2016, The Wall Street Journal
Charlotte Hill is quoted in The Wall Street Journal’s “Morning Risk Report” discussing the shake-up of the U.K. Stewardship Code. According to Hill, "Not only will fund managers have an increased burden in relation to their clients, but they will also have a significantly increased responsibility to the FRC.”