Looking ahead

What important legal and regulatory changes will affect your business in 2018?

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The Rule of Law: Everyone has a part to play

A report on improving the UK’s rule of law and competitiveness

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Topical commentary from leading employment and incentives lawyers

Great change is here

In a changing world, a trusted partner for your greatest challenges

Linklaters at a glance

Getting over the line: clearing regulatory hurdles to outbound M&A in China

Crisis Management

A coordinated, world-wide response to the issues that threaten your reputation, financial stability and key relationships.

Linklaters Crisis Management
Wellcome Trust 100 year £750m bond

Linklaters advises one of the world’s largest funders of medical research.

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Oxford University issues first bond

Oxford University's first ever bond will raise £750 million

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Successful infrastructure project financing in Sub-Saharan Africa

Nacala Corridor Rail and Port project is catalyst for significant regional development.

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Linklaters named Top 100 LGB&T Employer in the UK

Linklaters is proud to announce that the firm has been named a Stonewall Top 100 Employer.

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A global HERo

Claudia Parzani named one of top ten Financial Times and HERoes global champions of women in business

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Sustainable Development Goals

Outlining how our commercial work and operations align to the UN SDGs.

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Luxembourg Law in 2018 - three key areas of change: GDPR; New Anti-Money Laundering (AML) IV Directive; Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD)

22nd February 2018 // Insights

Luxembourg Law in 2018 - short video on three key areas of change: GDPR; New Anti-Money Laundering (AML) IV Directive; Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD).

Significant controllers register

New obligation for unlisted Hong Kong companies to keep a register of their significant controllers

22nd February 2018 // Insights

From 1 March 2018, companies incorporated in Hong Kong will need to maintain a register of persons having significant control over them, known as a "significant controllers register".

Linklaters appoints William Liu Head of China

19th January 2018 // News

We are pleased to confirm the appointment of William Liu as Head of China. William is recognised by clients and peers as the pre-eminent capital markets lawyer in China.

Ed Chan

Using artificial intelligence in the workplace

5th January 2018 // Insights

Banking Partner, Ed Chan talks about how the banking team at Linklaters is using artificial intelligence to streamline repetitive administrative processes.

Sumit Indwar

Sumit Indwar talks to Bloomberg Markets about how the new MiFID rules will impact Asia

3rd January 2018 // News

As the second iteration of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), come into effect on 3 January 2018, Sumit Indwar, partner in our Hong Kong office, speaks to Bloomberg Markets: Asia about what they mean for investors and regulated firms in Asia.

Sovereign Wealth Funds

Pensions auto-enrolment

15th January 2018 // Insights

Minimum contributions for auto-enrolment purposes must be increased from 6 April 2018 and then again from 6 April 2019. Schemes and employers should consider now whether they need to take any action as a result.


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