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The Brexit transition period is due to end on December 31, 2020, ushering in a new relationship between the European Union and UK. This virtual event will consider what this means for derivatives market participants and analyze the regulatory impacts, both immediate and over the longer term.
This is an ISDA Virtual Conference:
- Event will be live on November 25, 2020 from 9:00 AM – 11:50 AM EST | Timezone Converter
- Miss part of the event or aren’t able to watch live? The recording will be available to registrants until December 25, 2020
3 CLE Credit Hours Available (New York) Transitional and Non-Transitional
3 CPE Credit Hours Available
2.5 CPD Credit Hours Available (England and Wales)
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Wednesday, November 25, 2020Print Agenda Brexit: Towards the End of the Transition Period for
9:00 AM Introduction and Welcoming Remarks Fiona Taylor
9:10 AM Day 1 Expectations and Requirements Fiona Taylor, Rebecca Jackson, Greg Sachrajda
On January 1, 2021, the UK will be operating under its own regulatory framework following the end of the Brexit transition. What will change, and what will this mean for UK entities and branches? What will UK regulators expect on day one? What should firms be doing now?
Moderator: Fiona Taylor, Director, UK Public Policy, ISDA
Rebecca Jackson, Director of International Banks, Bank of England
Greg Sachrajda, Head of Department, International Delivery, Financial Conduct Authority
10:00 AM Break
10:10 AM Managing the Cliff Edge Tamsin Rolls, Caroline Dawson
The end of the Brexit transition period could have a disruptive cliff-edge effect on derivatives regulations, affecting Cross-Border activity between the EU and UK. What are the biggest outstanding issues, and what can regulators and market participants do to address them?
Moderator: Tamsin Rolls, Executive Director and Assistant General Counsel, J.P. Morgan
Caroline Dawson, Partner, Clifford Chance LLP
11:00 AM Documentation and Disputes Peter Werner, Mark Brown, Helena Raulus
The expiry of the Brexit transition period will result in the UK no longer being subject to the Recast Brussels Regulation, meaning the automatic recognition and enforcement of English court judgements may no longer apply across the EU. This session explores the various scenarios that could emerge, as well as recent developments in Brexit-related documentation amendments.
Moderator: Peter Werner, Senior Counsel, ISDA
Mark Brown, Partner, Linklaters LLP
Helena Raulus, Head of the Brussels Office, The UK Law Societies
11:50 AM Conference Concludes
Agenda is subject to change.
SpeakersBack to Top
Clifford Chance LLP
Director of International Banks
Bank of England
Head of the Brussels Office
The UK Law Societies
Executive Director and Assistant General Counsel
Head of Department, International Delivery
Financial Conduct Authority
Director, UK Public Policy
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