The €29bn pension fund sees market volatility, declining sterling and the ability to settle transactions as big risks, and has analysed suppliers’ ability to continue through multiple Brexit scenarios
Weak second-quarter growth figures added to the pressure on the UK currency after weeks of speculation about the nature of the country’s exit from the EU
Boris Johnson, former mayor of London, will become the UK’s prime minister tomorrow with the UK’s EU departure date of 31 October looming large on the horizon
CSSF requires notifications from financial services firms by 15 September and a further submission by the end of October in order to keep operating through a ‘hard Brexit’ scenario
The agreement between the FCA and AFM is to apply in both a deal and no-deal Brexit scenario
Brexit analysis from IPE Magazine
It looks like political risk is taking a back seat to growth this month, continuing last month’s trend.
The former chair of the European Parliament’s Economic Affairs Committee talks to Stephen Bouvier
Investors are paying more attention to currency hedging strategies in the face of increased global risk
Several packages related to financial services look set to be concluded before the end of this EU mandate period
We asked European pension funds whether they see value in investing in UK assets. Despite the uncertainty regarding Brexit, most still see opportunities in the long term
Cyclical recovery or secular healing? That is the big question behind the European Union’s economic bounce after its ‘lost decade’ – the toughest period since the founding of its predecessor, the European Economic Community, in 1957.