If your firm uses EEA passports - action required

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued guidance on the information that firms should be providing to clients who will be directly affected by the UK exit from the EU. This will mainly be clients for whom you use EEA passporting rights to provide your services to them in other EEA states.

Having decided whether you will continue to provide these services you need to provide the following information to the affected clients:

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