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Longer term tenancies? Potential implications for lenders

Walker Morris’ Housing and Banking Litigation experts Karl Anders, Justin Coley and Sandip Singh explain the UK government’s consultation on introducing longer-term tenancies in the private rented sector, with a particular focus on potential impacts for lenders…

Assessing creditworthiness in consumer credit: FCA publishes final rules and guidance

The results of a large-scale survey by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in 2017 indicated, among other things, that: 75% of UK adults had one or more consumer credit products or loans in the previous 12 months; 4.1 million people were “in difficulty” because they had already failed to pay domestic bills or meet credit […]

Open Banking, fintech and the Brexit hokey cokey

By Miles Trower London is, arguably, the most important global hub for financial services. As a result, the consequences of the Brexit vote, the ensuing uncertainty and the eventual transitional and regulatory framework applying to UK financial services and how it will continue to access overseas markets has been subject to huge speculation. Much of […]

FCA consultation on a Global Financial Innovation Network

By Russell Kelsall On 7 August 2018, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published a consultation on the creation of a Global Financial Innovation consultation. With innovation in the global financial services market rapidly increasing, it is important for firms to consider the options for building, implementing and sharing experiences of digital solutions.

Austria: The DPA’s strict view on retention periods

At the end of July, the Austrian Data Protection Authority (‘DPA’) published its first decision on retention periods applying the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’; DSB-D216.471/0001-DSB/2018). The decision is final. The DPA had to decide for which period a provider of telecommunications services (hereinafter: the ‘controller’) may (respectively must) retain so-called master data, required for […]

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LAB faces claims of political bias

The Legal Aid Board (LAB) has been accused of riding rough-shod over the consultation process on legal aid reform. President of the Law Society Charles Elly says the board has “endangered its political neutrality by acting as a cheerleader for controversial ministerial ideas”. Elly’s criticisms follow LAB recruitment advertisements which assume that block contracts will […]

In brief: Rochfort to head benevolent association

Eila Rochfort, senior partner at Camberley firm Neale Turk Rochfort, has been appointed chair of the Solicitors Benevolent Association for 1995. Rochfort, a director of the association since 1982, was president of the West Surrey Law Society in 1985.

Getting IT together

The mood was somewhat downbeat at last week’s gathering of legal IT users at the ‘Information systems for lawyers’ conference. The concerns were about getting installations to work properly, rather than new and better systems. Concern about the market was the keynote of two legal IT suppliers, AIM and Ushers, which formally announced the Law […]

In brief: New judicial appointments

The Lord Chancellor has made several judicial appointments. Hugh Bennett QC is to be a High Court judge in the family division. Recorder John Fraser is to be made a judge on the South East circuit and District Judge Rubery is to be assigned to the Midland and Oxford circuit.

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