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UK Financial services enforcement round up and looking ahead
In this podcast, Tom Clark and Sharon Grennan consider recent UK enforcement and look ahead to the potential focus for the rest of 2021. A related article is also available.
Essential Antitrust #17: Antitrust in 2022: 10 key themes - is your business ready for rapid change?
The Big Conversation podcast: Future risks
Tax matters: Digital taxes and trade wars – will the OECD/G20 agreement bring tax peace?
Asia Essential Antitrust #5: Update with Gilbert + Tobin on proposals to reform Australia’s merger regime
What does BT 21, the EU’s ‘business taxation for the 21st century’ package, mean for US business?
Tax matters: German election – what do the coalition developments mean for global and domestic tax policy?
Asia Essential Antitrust #4: India update with AZB & Partners
Tax matters: Navigating the EU's "Business Taxation for the 21st century" package
European AML legislative package - An overview
Managing risk in Asia #4: what is driving ESG risks across the region?
Tax matters: what UK tax disclosure plan means for business
#2: What disputes can we expect in 2021?
Essential Antitrust #13: Financing green transition: how will the EU support industry?
Rethinking the supply chain #2: renegotiating long-term contracts
FS market conduct #4: a look at insider dealing and trading on inside information
Managing risk in Asia #3: the value of a diverse board
UAE employee monitoring and compliance #2: whistleblowing
Arbitration Insider: Why is climate change and arbitration such a hot topic?
Asia Essential Antitrust #3: Merger control in Vietnam
Ransomware: what boards need to know about the Colonial Pipeline attack
Arbitration top trends: are investment treaties the answer to big tech’s problems?
The rise of ESG disputes against financial institutions: 2021 update
Essential Antitrust #11: Deal disputes: preparing for a more litigious environment
Tax matters: UK Spring Budget 2021 podcast
Essential Antitrust #10: Competition law: a bridge or a barrier to sustainability?
UK Financial services enforcement round up and looking ahead
View from the Valley #5: Deconstructing SPAC's: how they vary, and how they perform
Freshfields whistleblowing survey: impact of the #MeToo movement
Managing risk in Asia #2: data, cybersecurity and people
Data and cyber breaches: Part 2 – the new go-to mass claims for claimant lawyers?
Data and cyber breaches: Part 1 – the new go-to mass claims for claimant lawyers?
Managing risk in Asia #1: geopolitical tensions and disputes
Essential Antitrust #9: Antitrust in 2021: is your business prepared for a tougher enforcement environment?
Mass claims in Germany – Lessons learned and latest developments
Sanctions and international trade #4: where next for Russia sanctions?
UAE employee monitoring and compliance #1: remote working
Sanctions and international trade #3: US policy trends and outlook under a Biden administration
Essential Antitrust #8: nascent competition – crystal ball gazing or a principled approach to regulatory oversight?
The UK Pension Schemes Bill: the Bill in the context of the increasing criminalisation of corporate activity
Whistleblowing survey 2020: impact of COVID-19
Anatomy of a data breach – what really happens in a global data crisis?
Mass claims across the pond – comparing and contrasting risks
Globalisation of antitrust mass claims
FS market conduct #3: a look at market manipulation enforcement in the US, Hong Kong and Germany
Asia Essential Antitrust #2: South Korea update with Kim & Chang
Mass claims – the European perspective: recent developments and future implications for businesses
View from the Valley #3: the human capital edition
Emerging risks and strategic considerations for FS firms
Asia Essential Antitrust #1: Singapore update with Allen & Gledhill
View from the Valley #2: diversity, IPOs and director compensation
Essential Antitrust #6: COVID-19 and M&A – merger control during the pandemic
View from the Valley #1: the impact of COVID
International arbitration #4: data protection and cyber security in arbitration proceedings
Essential Antitrust #5: the politics of global M&A – navigating foreign investment controls
Essential Antitrust #4: lessons from the US FTC's bid block to Evonik/PeroxyChem
FS market conduct #2: UK FCA enforcement themes and what's coming up
Essential Antitrust #3: US spotlight on vertical mergers
Sanctions and international trade #2: 2020 trends to watch
Global investigations #5: managing conduct risk – the evolving approach
Essential Antitrust #2: Brexit and the interaction between the EU and UK competition regimes
Essential Antitrust #1: global antitrust in 2020
Sanctions and international trade #1: sanctions trends and developments
International arbitration #3: global developments in ISDS
International arbitration #2: Achmea and intra-EU BITs
International arbitration #1: the complete guide to arbitration funding
Global investigations #4: protecting the whistleblowers
Global investigations #3: defending multiple fronts (part 2)
FS market conduct #1: double jeopardy – where market misconduct and anti-competitive behaviour meet
Global investigations #3: defending multiple fronts (part 1)
How will Brexit affect... employees?
How will Brexit affect... contracts?
Global investigations #2: why do things go wrong?
How will Brexit affect... competition law?
Global investigations #1: responding to suspect activity
The impact of EU regulation on US tech
Cyber security: our experience at the Expo
Cyber security: are you on your best behaviour
Fuji-Xerox: don't copy this
Class actions go global
GDPR for US companies