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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 teams in Brussels and Dublin work 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.

We provide 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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The debate lays out several possible options “to build a more resilient market, providing an added value for European citizens and the industry at large in the current crisis context and beyond.”https://t.co/UWLU0wRSmV https://t.co/Vr3S1Myr9R
27 January at 10:28am
The Commission stresses that strengthening social dialogue through a European initiative is necessary as there is a notable variance in the degree and quality of the involvement of social partners across EU Member States. https://t.co/KaQiNSdMbw https://t.co/lli9CPhtIp
27 January at 10:27am
Minister Donohoe confirmed that “an amendment will be made to my 2020 general election expenses form to reflect the new information to the amount of €864 for labour and €392.20 for vehicles for support received during the election period.” https://t.co/Hc3n0ROFtU https://t.co/NQ7tzx3QJt
27 January at 10:26am