Irish Funds calls for 'maximum' regulatory alignment between UK and EU 

Mark Battersby
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The importance of maintaining alignment between the UK and EU's regulatory frameworks was a core theme at the Irish Funds Annual UK Symposium on 24 November.  While divergence between the UK and EU has been relatively limited since 2016, there are currently several proposed legislative and regulatory changes, originating from both jurisdictions, which Irish Funds said it was monitoring closely, including proposed regulation of financial markets, digital assets and ESG. A common approach from both jurisdictions to addressing these issues, and other shared challenges, is seen as key to ...

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