Preface and UK chapter of the fifth edition of The Banking Litigation Law Review edited by Deborah Finkler which considers recent legal developments in banking litigation.
Following a lengthy and often fraught process, the United Kingdom finally concluded its withdrawal from the European Union at 11pm on 31 December 2020, when the post-exit transition period came to an end. While many questions remain concerning the United Kingdom's legislative and regulatory direction in the post-Brexit world, there is little sign that the prolonged uncertainty resulting from Brexit and the covid-19 pandemic has affected its position as a key jurisdiction for banking and financial services litigation.
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