Advantage, Canada: How CETA helps Canadian financial firms navigate Brexit Aug 24 2017
On September 21, 2017, the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) will go into provisional application. After ten years of negotiations, all 1598 pages of the CETA agreement – save for about 15 Articles and an equal number of Paragraphs spread across 30 Chapters – will go into immediate force and effect. Included in this provisional application will be Chapter 13 on Financial Services and the related Schedules. Once in effect, all the rights benefits and protections concerning the cross border trade in financial services between Canada and the EU will be governed by CETA, including any trade involving the UK.
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