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Walkers’ Bermuda Top 10 FinTech AML Tips

Their FinTech and regulatory specialists share the 10 most important tips for businesses in the digital assets space to consider when complying with anti-money laundering laws in Bermuda.

Ground rent reform: fixing one problem and creating another?

The draft bill to implement the government’s ground rent changes finally reached the House of Lords in May 2021. This legislation had been long awaited and, largely, the provisions were as expected following the earlier consultations and government announcements and discussions.

RIP RPI

Rumours of the Retail Price Index’s (RPI) death have been vastly exaggerated in the past. We were told back in 2013 that the Office for National Statistics was going to stop formally recognising the index as a national statistic, but it took a while for the industry to take note. We have all carried on using it in our indexed linked rent reviews since then.

ESG and the private investor

This recording of a recent virtual debate discusses the extent to which the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) credentials of a company or investment are considered when making investment decisions.

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In late 2019, Linklaters’ global head of banking Davide Mencacci left his base in Hong Kong to visit the London headquarters of the firm. It was a standard trip for a practice leader; catching up with fellow partners, updating management and shaking hands with clients. All seemed normal, but there was something brewing. Just a […]

4 New Square struck by ransomware attack

One of the City’s leading sets of commercial chambers is reassuring clients after it fell victim to a cybersecurity incident, The Lawyer can reveal. The ransomware attack, which targeted 4 New Square, affected roughly six per cent of the set’s instructing solicitors over the past five years, although its members were able to continue working […]

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Linklaters fails to strike out sexual harassment claim

A sexual harassment claim against Linklaters and its former tech COO will go ahead, after a judge in the Employment Tribunal rejected calls for the case to be struck out. The case is set to be heard during a full hearing in June. Linklaters is named as the first respondent, while Partha Mudgil is named as […]

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