We identify some of the key areas that UK real estate fund managers will be considering and monitoring closely over the coming weeks and months.
Inside Brexit blog
What impact will Brexit have on regulation of the maritime industry?
The role that the EU plays in the regulation of the maritime industry has been something which has been examined and debated in the context of this summer’s Brexit vote in the UK.
The EU referendum result – a moment to reflect two months on
Posted in UK and EU legal framework
The first two months following the UK’s vote to leave the EU have seen any initial shock at the referendum result largely give way to a period of relative calm.
Capital Markets Union – is it still relevant to the UK?
Following the UK referendum result, capital market participants in the UK have asked whether they will still be affected by the EU’s Capital Markets Union (CMU) package of reforms.
How would a loss of passporting rights impact on asset finance and the transport sector?
The post focuses on the potential impact of a Brexit scenario in which passporting rights are lost, on asset finance in the transport sector in particular.
Trade finance – is it business as usual?
Since the UK referendum, there has been little impact on the trade finance market. Trade finance is typically short term, matching trade flows that are actually occurring.
What impact is Brexit likely to have on the UK’s offshore wind industry?
Posted in Energy
In this briefing, we explore the changing investment landscape as a result of the UK referendum vote to leave the EU and the implications for the UK offshore wind sector.
What impact might Brexit have on the London insurance market?
Posted in Financial institutions
The London market is currently the largest global centre for insuring commercial and specialty risk.
What does Brexit mean for the funding of UK infrastructure projects by the European Investment Bank?
Posted in Infrastructure, mining and commodities
The UK has benefitted from EUR 29 billion of investment from the EIB over the last five years.
Using a European company to maintain access to the single market
Whilst remaining optimistic that there will be a political compromise allowing continued access to the Single Market, many groups are considering how they could move their businesses to another Member State.