An article from Out-Law on 9 December contains this warning from a sanctions expert as the end of the Brexit transition period looms. It is said that while the UK regulations broadly mirror those imposed by the EU, delivering substantially the same policy effects as the existing regimes, organisations cannot assume that they are identical. In some cases, there are key differences which may have a significant impact on future relations and the ability to conduct business lawfully. An example given is that the definition of ‘brokering services’ in regulations made under the UK legislation is wider than under the EU regime.
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