Financial services regulation and investigations
As regulators around the world sharpen their focus on the financial sector, never before has a deep understanding of regulatory change across the full spectrum of banking, insurance and securities markets been so important.
As the alphabet soup of regulations targeting the financial sector grows, from Dodd-Frank to MiFID to AIFMD to Solvency II, our integrated, cross-disciplinary approach is ideally suited to advising our financial services clients across the world to navigate through the regulatory maze, not only to protect their businesses from regulatory risk but to position them to take advantage of emerging opportunities.
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