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Also after “exit day”, our team remains active to assist businesses in the complex post-Brexit landscape. The Trade and Cooperation Agreement is but the starting point for the new legislative framework governing the relation between the EU and the UK. Both current and future changes in regulations require careful monitoring.

What can we do for you?

To help you manage the post-Brexit landscape Loyens & Loeff has set up a Brexit Team consisting of dedicated partners and associates active in ten legal areas. This allows us to efficiently combine cross-sectoral knowledge and offer top-tier and solution-driven advice.


Related articles

We closely monitor the latest legislative and political developments at both European and national level. We are happy to share this knowledge with you via a series of articles below. Each article focusses on new developments or the impact of the Brexit on key contracts, business practices or regulation relevant for our clients. Do not hesitate to contact one of authors to request more information.


To benefit post Brexit
News - 21 April 2021 - Belgium

To benefit post Brexit

Like many other countries, Belgium stimulates donations and legacies to charities by granting tax benefits. An important condition hereto is that the charitable...
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News - 23 March 2021 - Belgium

Brexit impact on insurance services in Belgium

Before Brexit, UK insurance undertakings and intermediaries took advantage from the EU passport mechanism to provide their (re)insurance services across the...
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News - 23 March 2021 - Belgium

Brexit impact on financial services in Belgium

As of 1 January 2021, UK regulated entities are no longer allowed to make use of the European Union (EU) passport mechanism which allowed them to offer financial...
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News - 21 January 2021 - Belgium

Brexit impact on financial agreements & judicial cooperation

The Brexit impact on choice of law, forum clauses and enforcement of English courts' judgements in Belgium.
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