Mining the markets: Canadian mining companies exploring the London Stock Exchange

Recently, Canadian mining companies have had their eyes on the London Stock Exchange, one of the world’s oldest markets, as a lucrative option for a dual listing. So, how can a dual listing in London benefit a TSX listed company?

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Irish regulation in focus: Culture and individual accountability

Increasingly, there is a focus on culture and individual accountability in regulated firms. This has been heightened by various consumer protection issues which have been investigated including the tracker mortgage examination; high profile enforcement actions and the recent engagement with insurers on business interruption cover during COVID-19. Consistently, the Central Bank of Ireland (“Central Bank”) […]

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GC tech journey: easy wins and leaps of faith

In this latest 60-second interview, Shoosmiths partner and head of tech and innovation service line Simon McArdle shares his advice for GCs looking to implement tech for the first time, his predictions around the next big thing in legal tech and how to ensure that the legal system and/or tech you invest in doesn’t get […]

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Simmons approves long-term remote working plan

Simmons & Simmons has introduced a long-term working policy inspired by the changes brought about by the pandemic. The firm will introduce a hybrid working system that allows employees to work up to two to three days per week from home when restrictions are lifted, as agreed with line managers. Over the coming months, country […]

Taylor Wessing adds Stephenson Harwood quartet in sustained hiring push

A corporate team from Stephenson Harwood is leaving to join Taylor Wessing, as the latter looks to complete its second group hire this year. The move comes less than a week after Taylor Wessing announced the arrival of a real estate group from Greenberg Traurig, and just months after an 11-strong private wealth team joined […]

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Legacy Freehills partner wins HSF election race

Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) has appointed its next senior partner following a contested election for the position. The election comes as incumbent James Palmer prepares to step down after more than six years in the role. The partnership’s vote has gone to Sydney-based corporate partner Rebecca Maslen-Stannage, who in May will become senior partner and […]

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