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Results of the 2021 Canadian federal election

The Liberal Party of Canada failed to secure a majority in Parliament, but will form another minority government. Little has changed in terms of seat counts, and the composition of the House of Commons will be largely the same in Canada’s 44th Parliament as it was in the 43rd.

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The discussion around payment for order flow (or PFOF) has been going on for some time in the UK, is nascent in the EU and rages in the US (particularly in relation to retail broking).

Q&A: Supply of goods to Saudi Arabia and GCC preferential tax treatment

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Defence barristers denounce SRA’s “flawed” Baker McKenzie case

Closing submissions continued in the case brought by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA) against Baker McKenzie and three former members of the firm. Today, Tom Cassels’ defence barrister claimed that Bakers had “sought to distance itself” from an investigation into the alleged misconduct of London office head Gary Senior. This allegation was made by Fountain […]

BCLP loses private client partner to Taylor Wessing

Taylor Wessing has hired a new partner from BCLP to boost its private wealth practice. The firm has taken on private client partner Murray North, who starts today and will be based in the firm’s London office. A BCLP partner since 2009, Murray advises high net worth individuals on tax and trusts issues, helping them […]

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