Are you a UK financial services company who needs help to ensure you can continue providing services into the EU after Brexit? Or are you authorised elsewhere in the EU that wants to continue providing services into the UK?
Since the Brexit vote, we understand the uncertainty you and your firm have been facing because we’re in the same boat!
Brexit Planning Service
As a response to Brexit, we have developed a dedicated service that manages authorisation applications for UK clients to regulators in different EU jurisdictions, by dealing directly with the regulators themselves. Our Brexit Planning service adopts a tailor-made approach which makes the process as seamless as possible while greatly enhancing the likelihood of success. We have developed Brexit-specific content such as e-books, training sessions, and white papers for the industry.
We are also helping firms authorised elsewhere in the EEA to make sure they can continue to provide services into the UK by availing of the temporary permissions regime (TPR) and then applying for the necessary permissions from the FCA, PRA and HMRC.
Benefit from our unique position in the UK and EU market
As a financial services regulatory compliance consultancy in Belfast, London and Dublin we are uniquely positioned to support your business serve clients in the UK, Ireland and the rest of the EU.
If you would like to talk through your options, get in touch and book a free initial consultation with today. Alternatively, you can download our Brexit Planning E-Book which presents an overview of the different EU regulators and our Brexit Planning Whitepaper which presents an overview of the different AML regimes across Europe.
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“We were delighted to be just the third company in Ireland to gain an e money licence. fscom was instrumental in assisting us in achieving this successful authorisation and provided excellent support, professional guidance and assistance with answering the regulator’s numerous queries.”- Avril Mannion, CEO, Soldo
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