Brexit: Preparing for a “No-Deal” scenario
The 29 March deadline is fast approaching and the UK Parliament remains at an impasse on the Brexit outcome. As Britain’s prospects of securing a withdrawal deal continue to hang in the balance, alternative fund managers must prepare for all possible outcomes including that of a “No-Deal” Brexit.
Do you want to find out the options available to UK alternative fund managers in the case of a “No-Deal” Brexit? Download our Brexit: Preparing for a “No-Deal” scenario brochure:
Survey on Brexit: January 2019
2018 proved to be yet another disruptive year in the political sphere, with Brexit uncertainty hogging the limelight. Yet, how it will affect the UK fund management landscape still largely remains unclear. SGG Group has surveyed managers and investors alike, to take the temperature of the industry, provide insight into firms’ perspectives on the past year, and get a sense of the challenges firms can expect in a post-Brexit world.
Download our survey on Brexit conducted by SGG Group:
Events and webinars
SGG Thought Leadership Series, London
Date: 28 January 2018
SGG Group in association with Funds Europe have hosted an exclusive session of the SGG Thought Leadership Series in London on the 28th January. The event kicked-off with an exclusive debate between Roger Bootle, one of the City of London’s best known economists and founder of Capital Economics, and Gina Miller, business woman and transparency activist working in the fields of democracy, investment management and the charity sector and founder of SCM Direct, on the theme 'The impact of Brexit on the UK Financial Sector'.
The debate was followed by a panel session on the theme ‘The impact of Brexit on alternative fund managers’.
Watch the exclusive debate between Roger Bootle and Gina Miller.
Hope for the best. Expect the worst: Preparing for a no-deal Brexit
Date: 5 December 2018
In a special Brexit-focused webinar, based on the theme 'Hope for the best. Expect the worst: Preparing for a no-deal Brexit' and hosted by Real Deals, in association with SGG Group, Goodwin and O’Melveny, a panel of experts discussed the risks to fund managers in the event of “no-deal” and the steps GPs can take to protect their interests irrespective of the outcome.
Have you missed the webinar on “Hope for the best. Expect the worst: Preparing for a no-deal Brexit” ?
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Relevant Thought Leadership articles
By J.P. Harrop, Group Head of Sales, SGG
The UK private equity industry has just emerged from a remarkably successful year. But these triumphs are being put at risk by the UK’s current Brexit uncertainties. Up until now, the UK private equity (PE) sector – like much...
Private equity firms will desperately be hoping that a no-deal Brexit never materialises, but as time to ratify an agreement runs out GPs need to take steps to protect their interests irrespective of the outcome. Reals Deals gathered a panel of experts in a recent webinar to outline what GPs...
By Christian Heinen, Managing Director, SGG Luxembourg
Luxembourg is well established as the second largest funds domicile globally, after the US, with a record number of assets under management (AUM) of over EUR 4 trillion. As we edge closer to the Brexit deadline of...
by Justin Partington, Group Fund Solutions Leader, SGG
16 months after the Brexit referendum and 7 months since the triggering of Article 50, it is hard to argue that the future has become any more certain. Hard or soft Brexit, transitional period or not – these are...
by Paul Van den Abeele, Partner at Clifford Chance
On 13 July 2017, ESMA published three opinions setting out sector-specific principles aimed at supporting supervisory convergence in the context of requests from UK financial institutions seeking to relocate to the...