With limited time left before Britain formally leaves the EU in March 2019, businesses of all kinds are grappling with political and regulatory uncertainty.
For life and pension firms, Brexit poses unique challenges. Key issues for the sector include the long-term nature of the business, the mobility of people, uncertainty over key regulatory concepts and the changes to the geographical perimeter of the single market.
Our latest EY report outlines the key Brexit-related issues for life and pension firms. It discusses some of the options that may be available, and the capital, tax, people and regulatory implications of those options.
Three key takeaways from the report are:
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