This month the UK and the EU enter a critical phase of negotiations regarding the future relationship between the two sides after Brexit. On May 19, 2020, the UK Government published several documents setting out its proposed texts for the future relationship between the UK and the EU. This included the much anticipated proposed free trade agreement, establishing the future economic partnership.

In this new briefing note, Jonathan Herbst and Matthew Gregory share their observations on the UK’s proposals and what matters may be of interest to firms looking to understand more about the cross border provision of financial services after Brexit.