Brexit: How can in-house legal counsel in the banking sector best prepare?

This article sets out the broader legal issues that Brexit raises for the banking sector, and considers constructive ways in which a legal counsel can assist its organisation in beginning to address these issues.

This article is aimed at junior to mid-level in-house legal counsel in the banking sector.

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