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Key regulatory measures in financial services across Europe – July 2020

17 July 2020
This newsletter summarises the latest regulatory developments across Europe in response to COVID-19 specifically, and more generally, as regulators return their focus to topics that were on their agendas prior to the pandemic. The newlsetter is relevant to individuals working in financial services across Europe. This edition focuses on the UK, Germany, Spain and Poland.

As lockdown restrictions have started lift across Europe, we have seen a significant decrease in the actions taken by financial services regulators specifically in response to the pandemic and regulators have slowly started to return their focus to matters that were on their agendas prior to COVID-19. As a result, this newsletter contains updates on the key regulatory measures being adopted across Europe both in response to the pandemic and more broadly, as business returns to the 'new normal'. 

We have included practical observations from our interactions with clients and the regulators over the last month, and will continue to publish periodic updates on regulators' actions over the coming months; our fifth publication focuses on key updates from the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Poland. Download it here >

Download previous editions

17 April 2020
29 April 2020
14 May 2020
4 June 2020

We will continue to publish newsletters periodically over the coming months. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please get in touch with the relevant contact featured within the newsletter.

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