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The banking and financial crisis has continuously put the financial services industry under intense scrutiny and subject to increasing levels of regulation. These regulatory changes and the emergence of new digital technologies across the EU continue to bring challenges to market participants. Our team works closely with clients on anticipating critical legislative developments in the financial services sector, offering businesses in-depth insight into the European policymaking environment and regulatory framework and developing clear and innovative solutions to deal with emerging challenges.

Our team provides expertise on early stage policy engagement which serves to guide clients through regulatory compliance across the insurance, banking, asset management and fin-tech sectors. We also engage in bespoke political and regulatory risk monitoring on behalf of financial services firms in Dublin and with the EU institutions in Brussels. Our expertise and insight across Brexit, financial passporting, MiFID and the Single Resolution Mechanism Regulation to name but a few policy areas, can help clients anticipate and solve the most complex and difficult regulatory challenges.

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EU leaders continue to scramble to contain the fallout from the frugal four’s refusal to back #Coronabonds as policymakers weigh up all available options for economic stimulus. EU finance ministers have until Tuesday 7 April to find a workable solution. https://t.co/OhW6cJyeRw https://t.co/IlobkUoDYa
03 April at 10:17am
EU leaders failed to agree on a financial rescue package when they convened via tele-conference yesterday. Divisions over the use of #coronabonds almost broke the summit with Italian PM 🇮🇹rejecting draft conclusions. More here 👇 #EUCO #COVID2019 https://t.co/GN9qwosaD9 https://t.co/hUTYxO09Es
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