As Brexit approaches, British businesses are preparing themselves for life outside of the European Union. One of the key considerations on their minds is how EU rules and regulations will apply to UK companies after the 31st of March.
Smarsh Technical Director, Shaun Hurst, explains what businesses need to know about MiFID II and GDPR compliance post-Brexit.
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