20 Nov 2018
It seems as though it has been a long, long time since the referendum on membership of the European Union: an interminable period of speculation, rumour, threats, dire forebodings. And somehow very little certainty at all about what life will look like after March 2019, ie the date specified in the UK’s notification of triggering Article 50. After March 2019, the UK will (in all likelihood) exit the European Union. We are still in the dark about much of what will result from Brexit for many areas of life. For the financial services and insurance sectors, an optimist might say the picture is becoming slightly clearer. In this article, Roseyna Jahangir, looks at where we are as of 18 November 2018.