Our global financial services and regulation practice is structured around its core regulatory strengths – governance, conduct and markets.
We advise both regulated and non-regulated firms on a range of matters relating to market structure and integrity, including responding to changing requirements, organising business structures to comply and maximise opportunities globally, and dealing with potential issues. At the heart of this practice is our renowned expertise in trade and post-trade regulation, including reporting and benchmarks, for all asset classes including commodity derivatives. This is supplemented by our practical approach to risk and compliance and internal investigations in key areas of integrity such as anti-money laundering and market abuse. We also offer our clients market-leading FinTech and payments regulatory practice groups who work on innovative product offerings for both financial institutions and FinTechs
This resource hub has been designed to help you manage and respond to this evolving area, with a range of updates, training, videos and other insights from our team of lawyers and risk consultants.
Digital Operational Resilience in the Financial Sector
This webinar in the Government Relations and Public Policy Briefing Series focuses on the state of play and next steps in the EU's and the UK's efforts to create comprehensive legal and regulatory regimes for digital operational resilience for the financial sector.
The evolving regulatory landscape
While the market prices of digital assets such as Bitcoin are drawing a lot of attention lately, there is a much bigger and frankly more exciting story to be told.
Navigating global crypto-custody requirements
As the global crypto economy continues to grow and mature, one area stands out as a critical core capability: custody. In this webinar, members of our global financial services team will compare notes on their jurisdiction's approach to crypto-custody and the use of crypto-assets as collateral.
Monthly Global FinTech regulatory updater
Every month we provide the Global Blockchain Business Council’s Post-Trade Distributed Ledger group with a global regulatory FinTech updater, the latest version of which can be found here.
Investigations update and horizon scan: March 2021
Welcome to our February 2021 investigations horizon scan.
REMIT after Brexit: Key things that UK and EU market participants need to know
The United Kingdom’s (UK) departure from the European Union (EU) on January 31, 2020 and the subsequent expiry of the transitional provisions on December 31, 2020 has profound implications for trading activities in financial instruments and physical commodities.
Financial services regulation hub
With insights from our legal, risk and compliance, and government relations experts, this hub will keep you up to date on regulatory change as it happens.
Regulation Tomorrow blog
Subscribe for updates on financial services regulatory developments, with insights and commentary from across our global network.
The global risk landscape is changing. Regulatory change is in a state of flux, technology is evolving at an unprecedented rate and the economic environment is increasingly volatile.
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Our global financial services and regulation practice helps our clients navigate the evolving and increasingly complex regulatory environment, working seamlessly across major business and financial hubs.