How do EU and UK AML regulations differ post-Brexit?

How do EU and UK AML regulations differ post-Brexit?

Prior to the UK leaving the EU at the beginning of 2021, the UK had mostly regulatory alignment with the Union. Since Brexit, the divisions have emerged. How has this impacted AML regulatory alignment?

Moving goods into and out of the UK post Brexit

This free hour and a half webinar will introduce the core concepts and protocols around international customs that UK ports, logistics providers and importing and exporting businesses will need to understand post Brexit.

It will also cover the potential implications of freeports and the benefits of free trade agreements for businesses.

The webinar will be delivered by Kevin Shakespeare from the UK Customs Academy and the Institute of Export & International Trade.

The UK Customs Academy is an essential resource for industry professionals that not only offers leading-edge training and education, but a unique range of individual and business membership benefits to support the profession, providing invaluable business resources, advice on industry best practice, and a virtual community for industry professionals.

The UK Customs Academy has been developed at the request of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to support the development of a robust and sustainable customs intermediaries sector of the future, through investing in quality training and learning, up-skilling more people and making learning opportunities more flexible and accessible to all.

The British Ports Association is the national association for ports, harbours and terminals, speaking for more 100 port members who between them own and operate over 400 ports, terminals and port facilities around the UK. Our membership accounts for 86% of all freight passing through UK ports each year.

Brexit: What you need to know – ThinkHouse Foundations

n this panel discussion experts in commercial contracts, employment, data protection, intellectual property, commercial litigation and EU trade and competition compare and contrast the impact Brexit is having on their respective areas and highlight what in-house counsel need to look out for now in in the future

ThinkHouse is Gowling WLG’s programme for in-house lawyers. Find out more about ThinkHouse here:

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Brexit: Boris Johnson says UK should not have to follow EU’s rules in order to enjoy free trade

Hopes for an easy post-Brexit trade negotiation between the UK and Europe have been dealt a blow. Just a few days after Britain’s formal exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted that the UK should not have to follow the bloc’s rules in order to enjoy free trade.

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Beyond Brexit: How Does the New Relationship between the UK and EU Affect Technology Transactions?

The end of the Brexit transition period and the implementation of the new UK/EU Trade Agreement have had a significant impact on technology transactions throughout Europe. Businesses entering into Europe-wide technology engagements should pay particular attention to the effects on technology licensing, data privacy and international data transfers, employment and immigration rules, and financial services regulatory requirements. Join Mayer Brown partners Oliver Yaros, Christopher Fisher, Elizabeth Espín Stern and Chris Chapman as they explore current practices and future implications with host Julian Dibbell.

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