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Explore the various topics contained in our Outlook 2023 report
We can help you manage the impact of financial services regulation through standalone strategic advice, as well as acting as integrated team members on complex transactions and regulatory change projects.
We can proactively identify and address legal and regulatory risks arising in your business and help you to determine what good compliance practice looks like through a combination of risk advisory, benchmarking and horizon-spotting.
Regulators’ supervisory intervention powers are broad and business-threatening, and they’re being used earlier and more often. We take a proactive approach to help you mitigate the risk in advance and manage supervisory engagement to reduce interventions’ scope and impact, as well as to contest interventions effectively.
We can help you manage investigations and enforcement actions by regulatory bodies, covering wide-ranging regulatory matters, including cross-border regulatory work involving multiple authorities.
Our global team has extensive expertise of transactions involving regulated financial institutions, from the due diligence phase to getting regulatory approvals. We aim to provide technically excellent legal advice that is pragmatic and commercial, taking into account the bigger picture of the transaction as whole.
Linklaters’ U.S. Financial Regulation Group advises on the full spectrum of regulatory and compliance matters in the U.S. impacting global financial institutions, private equity, hedge and real estate fund managers, broker-dealers and banks.
There are a myriad of financial regulatory developments on the horizon in 2023. With so much to digest, we have broken our insights into three tailored reports designed to cover these changes from Banking and Wholesale, Payments, and Asset Management perspectives.
We are helping firms to navigate one of the most far-reaching changes to UK regulation in recent years.
Insurance and pensions are high-profile topics that are never far from the top of the FCA's agenda. In this podcast series, we look at the latest regulatory developments across both sectors.
UK regulators have prescribed how financial institutions and market infrastructure must build their resilience to business disruption.
Culture, governance and accountability are key priorities for regulators in their supervisory engagement with firms and in considering enforcement action. Getting this right is more important than ever.
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The European Parliament has approved a package of legislation which will overhaul the prudential regulation of the majority of EU investment firms, and significantly change the remuneration rules for some firms.
Brexit is unique in its scope and complexity. It affects businesses across all sectors, yet no two businesses face precisely the same challenges; everything depends on the nature and footprint of their operations as well as those of their suppliers and customers.
The updated EU Shareholder Rights Directive applies in the UK from 10 June 2019. Companies, asset managers and institutional investors need to be prepared to comply with the changes it introduces.
The SMCR is part of the UK regulators’ drive to improve culture, governance and accountability within financial services firms. It aims to deter misconduct by improving individual accountability and awareness of conduct issues across firms.
Our MiFID II page provides consolidated and up to date MiFID II rules and guidance and links to our latest post-implementation insights.
This report, which has been prepared in partnership with UK Finance, is designed to help firms more easily engage with the many and varied sources of ethical requirements and evaluate whether they are living up to these expectations and the values they have set for themselves.
Our new FRG blog where you will find insights, commentary and news on recent developments in financial regulation from our dedicated financial regulatory lawyers in London.
Launching Linklaters Law Compare – a key part of your post-Brexit legal compliance toolkit, enabling you to keep pace with a rapidly-changing regulatory framework in the EU and UK.
Providing full coverage of the EU and UK MiFID regimes from high-level requirements, through technical standards, to guidance and Q&A, your view of the rules is enhanced by Linklaters’ legal commentary.