The conclusion of the transitional Brexit period, which expires on 31 December 2020, marks the beginning of the agreements. The AEMF and the European Securities Commissions have therefore reached an agreement with the UK FCA MoUs to cover future cooperation and information exchange. For more information, click here. The UK is proposing a “win-win opt-in” for international cooperation Emmanuel De Groof, ECDPM Blog, 5 March 2018 At this stage, it is not yet known what Brexit will mean in long-term practice. What does this mean for future eu-UK relations? What will be their impact on development, trade and international cooperation between Europe and Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific? Brexit day is here – What about development cooperation between the EU and Britain? Andrew Sherriff, ECDPM Blog, January 27, 2020 Friends, partners or rivals? The British election manifestos and the space for foreign policy cooperation with the EU Chloe Teevan and Andrew Sherriff, ECDPM Blog, 29 November 2019 Finding a new starting point for the future of development cooperation between the UK and the EU after Brexit Emmanuel De Groof and Andrew Sherriff, ECDPM Blog for the DCU Brexit Institute, 21 January 2019 This blog was originally published on the DCU Brexit Institute website. Whether it is our support for defence, our stabilization effort, humanitarian aid or close cooperation on political issues, our message is clear – we are firmly committed to preserving Ukraine`s sovereignty and territorial integrity. t.co/dkwoCY7QK2 Three financial agreements between Ukraine and the EU have been signed to allocate EUR 60 million to eastern Ukraine, civil society and climate. Written evidence presented to the EU Foreign Affairs Subcommittee, Andrew Sherriff and Emmanuel De Groof, submitted to the british House of Lords` inquiry into the impact of Brexit on international development cooperation between the UK and the EU on 18 December 2018. The ACA strives to cooperate with EU regulators after Brexit MoUs covers the content of regulatory cooperation agreements needed to allow transfer to the UK through OPCVM and AIFMD and outsourcing under MIFD. Indeed, the multilateral agreement with the EU and the NCAs will allow the outsourcing and delegation of fund managers to continue to be carried out by ENTITIes established in the United Kingdom on behalf of counterparties established in the EEA.