Global perspectives: Banking and finance webinar series 2019

Event Details


| 2019 
Title Date Time Offices Speakers

Global sanctions compliance – how can Financial Institutions manage the risk?

Our global team will provide an update on key EU and US sanctions and how to address sanctions risk in transactional work.

25th April

9.00

Washington

Kim Caine

14.00 London David Harris
Katie McDougall

Global benchmark reform  - the transition to risk free rates (Part I)

The transition from LIBOR and other IBOR rates to risk free rates is one of the biggest changes in financial markets in recent years. Part 1 of this two-part webinar will focus on latest industry developments in relation to Sterling, US dollar and Hong Kong dollar denominated contracts and instruments.

9th May

9.00
           
           

New York

Patrick Dolan

14.00 London Emma Giddings

16.00 Hong Kong David Milligan

Global benchmark reform  - the transition to risk free rates (Part 2)

The transition from LIBOR and other IBOR rates to risk free rates is one of the biggest changes in financial markets in recent years.  Part 2 of this two-part webinar will focus on latest industry developments in relation to Euro denominated contracts and instruments.

23rd May

12.00

London

Jacqueline Heng

13.00 Frankfurt Bernhard Fiedler
   13.00  Paris  Alexandre Roth

Artificial Intelligence – the need for a governance framework

The number and scope of commercial applications of Artificial Intelligence and autonomous systems have increased markedly over the last few years.  These applications raise novel ethical and regulatory risks, which may then have legal and reputational implications.   Consequently, we see a need for corporate governance procedures specific to the adoption and management of AI systems inside companies. In this webinar, we will discuss the issues involved and how management may best respond to them.

20th June

9.00

London

Peter McBurney
Adam Sanitt

16.00 Singapore Stella Cramer

Electronic signatures– is the law keeping pace with global technology trends?

In this webinar we will provide a cross-jurisdictional update on the current legal framework around electronic signatures and consider to what extent the law is keeping pace with technology advances.

23rd October

9.30

London

Claire Berwick

9.30 Singapore Sophy Teng
12.30 Dubai  Ben Mellett   
12.30 Sydney Fiona Evans

Four key cases for Financial Institutions for 2019 – a global perspective from four jurisdictions.

In this webinar we will take a look back over 2019 and discuss four cases from four different jurisdictions of particular interest to banking and finance clients.

21st November

9.00

New York

Seth Kruglak

           

9.30 Singapore Kei-Jin Chew
Katie Chung
12.30 Sydney Fiona Evans
14.00 London Andrew Sheftel
Charlotte Winter