COMBAR Talk : Financial Services after Brexit

Analysis of the legal consequences of Brexit in the context of the UK financial services sector.


Javan Herberg QC will chair a panel of speakers comprising several of the authors of the COMBAR Financial Services Brexit Report

(Andrew Henshaw QC, Peter Dodge, Miranda De Savorgnani, Niamh Cleary, Oliver Hyams, Sarah Bousfield)

5pm, The Royal College of Surgeons


For NPP practitioners: 1 CPD

COMBAR Provider ID: 1241

Pupils welcome

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The speakers will be covering issues dealt with in detail in the Sub Group’s paper on Financial Services available on the COMBAR website. Click here to view.

Learning objectives for COMBAR CPD plans

Learning objectives: To analyse the legal consequences of Brexit in the context of the UK financial services sector.

Learning rationale: To understand some of the possible outcomes and impacts in various key parts of that sector in the light of those legal consequences. The financial services industry (employing over 1 million people in the UK and generating annual revenues of around £200 billion) is heavily regulated by the EU and is perhaps the sector most fundamentally affected by Brexit.


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