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Digital Subscriptions > The Hedge Fund Journal > Issue 112 - March | April 2016 > EDITOR’S LETTER


MARCH 2016

Dechert LLP has no corporate stance for or against Brexit (the UK exiting the EU). But the law firm has released an On Point note, and organised a seminar, entitled ‘Brexit: Implications and Potential Consequences for the Asset Management Industry.’ Though any vote for Brexit could create huge uncertainty, it need not precipitate any immediate exit nor any eventual one. Firstly, a referendum vote on June 23rd for Brexit does not bind the UK Government. There could be a second or subsequent referenda and/or further agreements modifying the UK’s relationship with the EU. The prerogative to pull the trigger rests with the UK Government and, if it did notify the Council of Europe of an intention to leave the EU, negotiations over the terms and conditions of any Brexit would likely last at least two years (a period longer than two years requires unanimous EU approval). Dechert’s presumption is that the status quo regarding EU regulation would continue during such a negotiation period.

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