LONDON (Reuters) – A financial services blueprint for the incoming European Commission could include a Cyber Security Act and finding the “right balance” between the European Union and Britain after Brexit, a draft document seen by Reuters said.
“Following the departure of the UK, there will be significant work to manage the relationship between the EU27 and the UK in the field of financial services, which will be a source of risk,” the European Commission document said.
It sets out a menu of possible policy actions for the next European Commission, due to be appointed in the coming months, including a European Financial Sector Cyber Security Act.
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