The Directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 1 July 2011. Its aim is to create a comprehensive and effective regulatory and supervisory framework for alternative investment fund managers within the EU.
Welcome to the Brexit Toolkit. To help organisations approaching the challenges and opportunities presented by Brexit, Linklaters has established a global team of leading lawyers with expertise across diverse sectors.
Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) was declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organisation on 30 January 2020. It has required governments, and particularly healthcare systems, to respond swiftly and in a coordinated way to ensure that they are properly mitigating and responding to the evolving situation to ensure the wellbeing of their citizens.
The Dispute Toolkit provides web-based access to precedent dispute resolution clauses for contracts between commercial parties, and other useful information about cross-border dispute resolution in that context.
A company's IPO is very often the most significant transaction in the development of the company. Its completion marks the start of the company's life as a public reporting entity. Welcome to our IPO Toolkit.
Welcome to the Linkubator series, Linklaters’ trainee-led podcast that brings you the hottest topics in the legal technology and innovation space. In this first series, trainee Hamza Zaveri taps into the minds of key experts and legal innovators to discuss the important themes, trends and insights that are shaping the future of law.
The revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive and new Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation – collectively known as MiFID II – represented a comprehensive and profound reshaping of how EU financial markets, products and services and the relationship between financial services firms and their customers are regulated. The rules have applied since 3 January 2018.
The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) is part of the UK regulators’ drive to improve culture, governance and accountability within financial service firms. It aims to deter misconduct by improving individual accountability and awareness of conduct issues across firms.