ISDA Legal Opinions & Brexit

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A number of pieces of EU legislation provide certain benefits in relation to contractual arrangements between EU/EEA-based counterparties. The document below seeks to provide a high level overview of some considerations in the light of Brexit, with a focus on whether there are any Member State requirements in local law in relation to the implementation of the Winding Up Directive and Financial Collateral Directive.

You may also be interested in the ISDA Symposium on Brexit taking place on June 5 in NY where the implications of Brexit on legal agreements, US financial institutions, regulators, clearing policy and derivatives markets participants will be discussed: Agenda | Register

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