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Despite the passage of a couple weeks, markets and regulatory authorities are still coming to terms with the Brexit finality, and more importantly, any potential headwinds that will affect the market supervisory playing field. The Autorite des Marches Financiers’ (AMF) has taken a particular interest in the event, which coupled with a number of other stimuli has opted to publish its 2016 risk map, per a recent AMF report.
After what had been a relatively subdued H1 2016, markets have now been given a healthy dose of volatility, albeit from some unexpected and in many circles unwanted channels. In any scenario, ... (read more)