Osborne Clarke just published the latest edition of their Regulatory Outlook.
In this edition, they focus on the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. The new relationship between the EU and the UK changes the regulatory and compliance landscape for businesses trading across those markets. Some of these changes have an immediate impact and may require businesses to take action now. More broadly, for many, the cumulative impact of having to comply with diverging regulatory regimes will be additional friction, inconvenience and (consequently) cost.
Legal and compliance functions will need to make sense of these shifting requirements, risks and regulatory scrutiny, wherever you trade. This Regulatory Outlook is intended to be a starting point for your business, whether you are a UK or EU company, or an international business with operations in both territories.
They also include their regular look at the current issues and dates for the diary, across 17 areas of regulation that affect businesses with a presence in the UK.
If you would like to discuss any of the issues raised in this edition, please get in touch with the relevant expert for the area you are interested in, or your usual Osborne Clarke contacts.
- Katie Vickery, Partner, Global Compliance, UK
- Chris Wrigley, Associate Director, Global Compliance, UK
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