On 31st October 2019, the UK is set to leave the European Union. The decision will have potentially far-reaching consequences for trade relations between the EU and the UK, and therefore have implications for private equity, venture capital and infrastructure funds.
At Invest Europe, we monitor negotiations between the EU and the UK and analyse the possible repercussions on marketing funds, raising capital and operating across Europe.
Our aim is to provide technical, legal and political insight of the ramifications of Brexit, as well as practical advice on pertinent issues, including fund location, access to investor capital, and recruitment and retention of international talent.
To that end, we are creating a wide range of resources to enable fund managers to make informed and timely choices in their preparations. As talks between the EU and UK continue, we will update these resources regularly and investigate ways to extend the practical support we offer to members.
Invest Europe's exclusive member-only guide includes a pan-European overview of the national transitional reliefs for AIFMs and MiFID firms that EU Member States have put in place in anticipation of a no-deal Brexit.Learn more
A detailed briefing for Invest Europe members on regulation affecting the private equity industry.
The monthly members’ policy call explores the latest EU policy developments and are a chance for members to discuss them directly with the Public Affairs team.
Public Affairs Director
Senior Public Affairs Manager
Senior Public Affairs Officer
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