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OUR PUBLICATIONS - Points of view

In order to keep a close eye on the economic and financial environment as well as on client evolutions, 99 Advisory provides a continous research effort aimed at contributing to a better knowledge and understanding of various topics.

This work delivers 3 types of publications:
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The section monthly letters tackles the economic and financial news to anticipate and manage risks.
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The section points of view contributes to detailed analysis of regulatory matters or financial business segments.
We publish points of view semi-annually.

  •  The section in the Media covers the publications in the written news where 99 Advisory was approached to share its expertise and its work experience.

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Point of view - September 2017

BREXIT:
What are the consequences for financial institutions?
In the results of a referendum which took place on 23 June 2016, fifty two percent of the British electorate voted in favour of leaving the European Union. Whilst this process is considered democratic from a British perspective, the unilateral decision impacted the whole of the European Union, resulting in historical value destruction. On 17 January 2017, Teresa May confirmed the fears of a "Hard Brexit" by announcing that the United Kingdom would not "seek to be a member of the single market" and launched Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon on 29 March 2017.

For the financial sector, the consequences will be significant and far reaching, particularly for the strategy and organisation of the market participants operating out of London. An extensive overhaul and transformation of their organisations is a necessary response to Brexit which could take several years to materialise.

On 30 March 2019, the United Kingdom will exit the European Union. This date will mark a transition into the unknown by the United Kingdom and the twenty seven member states. British market participants will no longer benefit from the financial passport scheme.


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Point of view - September 2017

Conduct Code - Ethic in Finance: How to behave for the good reputation and image of your Company?
CONTEXT:

During the last 10 years, numerous events have precipitated the global financial crisis and the subsequent issues that have emerged that revealed a multitude of cultural failures
Financial Institutions rely on trust. And while trust takes years to establish, it can be lost in a moment through failures caused by problematic ethics, values and behaviors.
Currently, a large amount of work begun within banks and other financial institutions to deal with conduct and behaviors issues.

The Regulation is “what I need to do”... The Conduct is “what I want to do“

PERIMETER & OBJECTIVES:

• Who: The Conduct applies to every financial institutions: Asset Managers, Banks, Insurances, ...

• What: Entities that may face ethic scandals resulting from cultural failures

How: Implementation of a Conduct process focusing on Mindset change, Governance, Employees development & Permanent Supervision

Why: Misconduct actions have caused widespread reputational damage and loss of public trust. These events have been economically costly to firms in terms of fines, litigation, and regulatory action.

• When: As Soon As Possible (before MIFID implementation in January 2018)
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