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COVID-19: Overview of key regulatory measures in financial services across Europe

17 April 2020
This newsletter intends to provide individuals working in financial services with a high level overview of the key regulatory updates across Europe. This edition focuses on the UK, Germany, Spain and Poland.
As COVID-19 continues to cause disruption across the globe, European financial services regulators are taking an increasing number of actions to help those they regulate in navigating this difficult time, to ensure that the financial markets continue to function with some degree of effectiveness and to protect those in greatest need during this crisis.  
 
With this mind, we are creating a periodic newsletter to keep our clients up to date with the key regulatory measures being adopted across Europe and to provide practical observations from our interactions with clients and the regulators. 
 
We will publish periodic updates over the coming weeks and months; our first publication focuses on key updates from the UK, Germany, Spain and Poland, which you can download here >
 
If you have any questions, please get in touch with the relevant contact featured within the newsletter.

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