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The Financial Services Lawyers Association (FSLA) is holding a market abuse seminar at the end of November with a number of industry heavyweights in attendance.
Hosted by Outer Temple Chambers on 26 November and chaired by Richard Lissack QC, the topic for discussion will be Market Abuse: Striking a Balance between the FSAs Administrative and Criminal Powers.
Financial Services Authority (FSA) director of enforcement Margaret Cole will take part in the debate alongside Michael Bowes QC, Deutsche Bank UK and Europe general counsel Simon Dodds, Herbert Smith partner Martyn Hopper and Kingsley Napley partner Stephen Pollard.
For further information visit: www.fsla.org.uk.
The FSLA was formed earlier this year by some of the most influential lawyers in the financial services sector. It was the brainchild of a group of lawyers who were on secondment to the FSA who felt the need to work together as financial institutions struggle to deal with an increasingly complex regulatory environment.
The association is aimed specifically at student lawyers, to whom it offers a reduced rate joining fee.