ADAPTING TO REGULATORY CHANGE

Change has featured in this publication in recent years – a trend set to continue unabated into 2021 as the impact of the pandemic unfolds. And whilst the financial services sector has become adept at dealing with wholescale regulatory change projects, these continue to pose significant risk to, and create practical challenges for, firms.

Brexit aside, here we discuss other key regulatory changes on the horizon in 2021 and provide our thoughts on how to ready yourself. With the pace of change, preparedness often comes in the form of having robust processes in place to identify what is needed and respond quickly.

A DIFFERENT BALLGAME

The Biden Administration: What Financial Institutions Can Expect from their New Regulators

TIME FOR A CHANGE

Discover a unique approach to LIBOR remediation

HANDLE WITH CARE

LIBOR Transition: how to avoid being sued by your legacy counterparties?

THE BALANCE OF POWER

Financial Institution Notices are a concerning extension to HMRC’s Civil Information armoury

VALUE JUDGEMENT

Has the FCA missed the mark in its attempts to protect customer value for money in insurance products?

US FOCUS

SAFE HARBOUR

The SEC Proposes Limited Relief for Small Businesses and Persons Involved in Private Capital Transactions

STRONG AT HEART

Operational resilience in the time of Covid: A new regulatory framework for firms

UNCHARTERED WATERS

Beyond Brexit: The Future Shape of UK Financial Services Regulation

US FOCUS

BORDER PATROL

While the U.S. remains open to foreign investment, certain investments are likely to face enhanced scrutiny

STATE OF PLAY

Staying up-to-date with the temporary framework for state aid

TRADING PLACES

Post Brexit, are the WTO and Free Trade Agreements the future of cross-border services?

A FORCE FOR GOOD

EU sustainable finance reforms provide an exciting opportunity for asset managers

HEAD IN THE CLOUD?

Make sure you’re managing the risks of cloud solutions

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