The International Regulatory Strategy Group (IRSG) has published a report on the implications for users of financial markets in the UK and EU if the current legal and regulatory framework for central counterparties continue unchanged after Brexit. The paper identifies policy measures needed to avoid damaging consequences. The objective of the policy measures identified is to enable financial markets to continue to function without posing risks to financial stability and for activity to take place where it can do so most efficiently for the benefit of end-users.

View IRSG report on CCPs post Brexit, 20 February 2017