What does the post-transition grace period mean for employers?

The Home Office recently updated its guidance in respect of what UK employers should be doing to check whether EEA nationals and their family members have the right to work during the post-transition grace period. Below is a summary of the main updates and how this will impact employers for the next two months.

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On 2 June 2021, four months after the UK’s formal application, it was announced the UK can start the process of joining the 11-country Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (“CPTPP”).

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As part of its ongoing public policy collaboration with the FCA, the Alan Turing Institute has just published a new report on “AI in Financial Services”, looking at the use of artificial intelligence in the financial services sector.

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Ireland exercises national discretions under IFD/IFR

The Investment Firms Directive EU/2019/2034 (“IFD”) and the Investment Firms Regulation EU/2019/2033 (“IFR”) (collectively the IFD/IFR regime) introduce a new dedicated prudential framework for investment firms. New classes of firm are being introduced and, as a result, most investment firms will fall outside the scope of the prudential regime that applies to banks (the CRD IV / CRR framework).

BVI trusts and private client legislative updates

The British Virgin Islands (“BVI”) have now passed, and brought into effect, significant and welcome changes to its trusts and probate legislation. This update summarises the principal features of these changes that may be of interest to private client practitioners and trustees globally.

Businesses overcoming the commercial challenges now faced worldwide require tenacity and agility

It is difficult to think of the challenges now faced across the world as anything other than unprecedented. Businesses have never had to deal with the level of disruption delivered by the Covid-19 pandemic. Working life for a large part of the workforce has radically changed. It has become quite apparent that whilst there has without a doubt been a vast improvement in the level of safety from infection, we are by no means through this complicated situation.

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