The French delegation at the Council of the European Union has put forward proposals that effectively scrap the EU’s equivalence regime for third-country firms providing cross-border services and activities into the bloc, say lawyers.
The proposals would force firms from third-country jurisdictions – even those deemed to have equivalent rules to the EU – to set up either branches or subsidiaries in the bloc to provide services to European clients and counterparties. The branch or subsidiary
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