Our position on Brexit
Recent and ongoing political developments means there is a continuing lack of clarity over the timetable and terms on which the UK will leave the EU and the framework for any future trade relationship.
As part of our Brexit planning we have considered a number of different scenarios, including the possibility of the UK leaving the EU without an agreed deal, and put in place arrangements to mitigate any potential disruption for our customers, clients and operations.
We will continue to follow developments closely and assess any implications for our Brexit planning and the arrangements we have put in place. As a global investment manager we have extensive experience of adapting to regulatory change and working across borders.
Our priority is to ensure, whatever happens between now and the UK’s exit from the EU, we are in the best possible position to provide our customers and clients with continuity of service.