As valued clients we want to keep you updated on Brexit and any impact this may have on your relationship with Chase Buchanan. As a financial services company based in Cyprus we are confident Brexit will have no impact on our client relationships and the way we do business. We are of course monitoring all developments, as well as working with regulators and policymakers, to understand any implications and maximise opportunities, as things progress.
For our UK clients we have successfully applied to the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under their Temporary Permissions Regime (TPR). The TPR is part of the UK’s Brexit contingency planning, in preparation for the possibility the UK exits the EU on 29 March 2019 with no deal. The current deal under negotiation provides a transitional period from 29th March 2019 to the end of December 2020. During this period EU law will remain applicable in the UK. If this agreement is reached, Chase Buchanan will continue to benefit from the passporting arrangements between the UK and the EU, whilst implementing the new EU legislation due to come into effect before the end of December 2020. However, if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, there will be no implementation period, the UK will become a ‘third country’ and the passporting regime will fall away. The TPR aims to provide a backstop in this scenario whereby Chase Buchanan can continue operating in the UK for a limited period whilst obtaining full UK authorisation.
We’ll be in touch again when we have a clearer understanding of the way forward post Brexit. In the meantime we are confident we can continue to operate in all our existing markets, with minimal disruption to our clients and our operations. If you do have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or speak to your adviser.
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