Kay Swinburne MEP gives evidence on financial regulation and supervision

European Parliament Building, Strasbourg
20 December 2017

The EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee continues its inquiry into financial regulation and supervision following Brexit with evidence from Dr Kay Swinburne MEP, the Vice-Chairman of the European Parliament's Economic & Monetary Affairs Committee (ECON).


Wednesday 20 December in Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster

At 11.15am

  • Dr Kay Swinburne MEP, Vice-Chairman, European Parliament Economic & Monetary Affairs Committee

Likely questions

  • What are the EU-27's priorities for Brexit?
  • Will the end of passporting be felt differently on each side of the channel?
  • Are the UK's needs on financial services clear? What is the perception in Brussels?
  • Would the EU-27 benefit from an agreement that went beyond equivalence?
  • Are the European Commission's proposals to revise the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) to impose a location policy for CCPs justified? How will this affect UK and EU counterparties?
  • Which segments of the EU-wide financial services industry are likely to be hit hardest by Brexit?
  • How welcome are the proposals associated with the review of the European Supervisory Agencies (ESAs)?

Further information

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