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13 results for: financial regulation
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On 17 November, the Treasury published its response to its consultation on reform to the UK prudential regime for insurers, Solvency II....
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Today the government has released a new consultation paper on its proposal for significant reforms to Solvency II – the prudential...
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The FCA recently published a policy statement outlining changes to its decision-making processes, in order to make “faster and more...
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The UK government has indicated that UK banks will be required to provide refunds to victims of “push payment” fraud (also known as “APP”...
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Macfarlanes hosted a virtual outsourcing forum on 30 September, which brought together lawyers specialising in outsourcing and technology...
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On 8 July 2021, the European Commission (EC) informed the European Council that the implementation of level 2 of the Sustainable...
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Today the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the FCA's Business Interruption (BI) test case.The judgment substantially upholds the...
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Update - read our longer article reflecting on the judgment and its implications hereThis morning the High Court handed down its judgment...
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It is timely that in Mental Health Awareness Week, the Treasury Committee has published its Report on consumers' access to financial...
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For those of you familiar with my regular updates, you will be aware that I have written much recently on the introduction of Unexplained...
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The BBC reported at the end of last week that more than £400,000 of jewellery has been seized from Christies auction house by the...
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The National Crime Agency (the NCA) has announced a ramping up of its anti-money laundering drive, as part of which we can expect to see...
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The FCA is reportedly sending questionnaires and making supervisory visits to asset management firms, focusing on their market abuse...