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Six years after the height of the financial crisis, managing regulatory risk remains the main preoccupation of banks — and it’s set to stay that way for some time.
Digital technology and big data might help the industry reboot its relationship with patients and loosen its dependence on old-fashioned blockbuster drug development.
Africa may ultimately prove to have benefited from the global financial crisis.
A new regulation establishing a European account preservation order will be applied by participating member state courts from 18 January 2017.
The Volcker Rule took effect on 21 July 2014, but the Federal Reserve thoughtfully extended the initial compliance deadline by one year — to 21 July 2015.
The German bank restructuring and resolution regime is approaching its ‘home stretch’.
OFAC has issued revised guidance relating to the status of entities owned by individuals or entities whose interests in property are blocked under executive orders.
In June 2014, MOFCOM and SAFE promulgated the Circular Concerning Improvement of Filing Process for Foreign Invested Real Estate Enterprises.
US banking regulators in recent weeks have given sustained attention to brewing problems they observe in banks’ weakening lending standards.
There were significant developments in relation to Ukraine last week, with both the EU and US announcing significant new measures.
Extension of the sanctions relief provided for in the Joint Plan of Action between the P5+1 and the Islamic Republic of Iran
On 18 July 2014, the P5+1 (the US, the UK, Germany, France, Russia and China) agreed with Iran to extend their commitments under the Joint Plan of Action.
This year is expected to be a bumper year for pension risk transfer in the UK.
The OFAC has imposed a new set of ‘sectoral sanctions’ against two Russian energy firms and two Russian banks pursuant to Executive Order 13662.
The Court of Appeal has outlined the approach that should be taken by the court when a party seeks relief from a sanction that has been imposed for a failure to comply with any rule or court order.
Money purchase deconstructed: working with the new definition — a checklist for trustees and administrators
The definition of money purchase benefits is changing, as are the rules on how schemes are required to deal with any benefit that becomes classified as a ‘non-money purchase’.
High Court allows application for permission to bring judicial review proceedings relating to the jurisdiction of the FOS
Sarah Hitchins considers the High Court’s decision to allow an application for permission to bring judicial review proceedings relating to the jurisdiction of the FOS.
This article considers the key changes in the Brussels Regulation (recast) for commercial parties.
While the European Timber Regulation dates back to 2010, it only took direct effect in member states last year.
This report considers the FCA’s decision to fine Invesco Perpetual for failings relating to fund management and for exposing investors to high levels of risk.
In this video on Reuters TV, Tom Levine, head of the global telecoms group at Allen & Overy, comments on trends in telecoms consolidation.