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financial regulation and conduct


A third of our turnover comes from our work with the corporate sector. We act for a range of businesses from blue-chip multinationals, AIM listed companies to household brand names although, the bulk of our client base is made up from the SME market. This knowledge gives us a unique insight into the challenges and issues your clients face, we understand them and can related to the wider issues influencing their approach to a claim.

Our corporate experience covers not just claims but corporate finance, governance, commercial contracts and disputes, property, employment, joint ventures, franchising, mergers and acquisitions, competition, business and debt recovery, outsourcing and procurement, regulatory, tax, data protection, licensing, intellectual property, information technology, construction, heath and safety and pensions.

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Legal updates

Legal and regulatory newsletter - October 2019

The aim of the newsletter is to provide our clients and contacts across the financial services market with quarterly updates and insights on topical legal and regulatory issues.


Legal updates

FCA considers regulating all promotions and warns of “high risk” mini-bonds and peer-to-peer IFISAs

Following an “explosion” in online promotions for high yield investment opportunities, the FCA says a “strong case” could be made for regulating how investment products are marketed to retail investors.


Legal updates

Legal and regulatory monthly update - September 2019

The latest update covering delegated authority, insurance product development, the senior insurance managers regime, data protection, operational control frameworks, Lloyds market, and horizon scanning.


Legal updates

Lloyd’s new rules for delegated authority business – a change for the better?

Lloyd’s has announced changes to its rules on delegated authority (DA) business, aiming to embrace technology and a more risk-based approach.


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