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Recent and ongoing developments around the Brexit process means there’s continued uncertainty over the timetable and terms on which the UK will leave the EU.
As a global investment manager we’ve been planning for a range of scenarios under which the UK could eventually leave the EU and we’ve put in place measures to mitigate the impacts on our customers, clients and operations.
We’ll continue to follow developments closely and assess their implications in relation to our contingency planning.
Our priority is to ensure, whatever the circumstances of the UK’s exit from the EU, that we’re in the best possible position to provide continuity of service for our customers and clients.
The UK faces the prospect of being regarded as a third country when it exits the EU. As a result, some transfers of personal data to the UK could be non-compliant with Data Protection law. We’re putting in place the necessary arrangements, including amendments to existing contracts with third parties processing personal data on our behalf, to support the continuation of cross-border personal data transfers to the UK post Brexit.
Periods of increased market volatility can have an impact on investment valuations. We'll keep you updated on any fund suspensions.
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