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Still planning for a no-deal Brexit

UK-based firms do need to consider whether their activities outside the UK will be subject to additional licensing requirements, write Simon Witney and Patricia Volhard.

Brexit uncertainty puts a damper on Europe buy-and-build

Add-on acquisitions dropped almost 15% in the first half of the year, according to a report by Silverfleet Capital Partners.

Regulatory implications of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

Many UK-based fund managers and investors have more to lose from a cliff-edge outcome than their other EU-based counterparts, write Simon Witney and Patricia Volhard.

VIDEO: Why this GP is pleased not to have UK exposure

The French market could stand to benefit from the UK’s troubles, Laurent Benard of Capzanine claims at our Capital Structure Forum.

HarbourVest to open Dublin office to minimize Brexit disruptions

HarbourVest Partners Ireland Limited, which will accommodate investment managers and other functions, is awaiting approval from the Irish regulator.

Jurisdictions fight to attract private capital

A world full of private equity capital is spurring major reforms in fund domiciles keen to claim a slice of the pie.

Proskauer: Funds should prepare for worst-case Brexit scenario

The law firm advises funds to act now to put contingency plans in place for a no-deal split between the UK and EU.

Jersey’s online fund applications process could ‘revolutionize’ sector

New technology and tools should speed up the authorization process.

Brexit: a summer flurry of activity but still no clarity for PE

A disorderly Brexit may be anticipated, given that the so-called Chequers Plan is under attack from all sides, write Simon Witney and Patricia Volhard.

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