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This posting is the second article in a series being run by Thomas Murray Data Services.  It focuses on the context in which the terms of Brexit will be finalised between the UK and the EU as regards post-trade financial services.

In order to understand the possible implications of Brexit on the post-trade area of financial services, it is essential to grasp the current relationship between the UK and the EU in this segment. By understanding the historical context and the policy details, we can more accurately form an opinion of what the implications of leaving the European Union might be.

Thomas Murray wishes to share some preliminary thoughts concerning the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, as pertains to the financial industry’s post-trade services.  These are the questions we will be asking ourselves as this transformational project takes shape in the coming years.  This piece introduces a series of five articles that will be posted in the days and weeks ahead.  As policies get clarified in the months to come, the firm’s further reflections will become progressively more detailed.

The post-trade space is undergoing huge changes. What are the challenges and how are they being addressed?

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