Financial services and regulation: Insights and resources
Our global financial services and regulation practice is structured around its core regulatory strengths – governance, conduct and markets.
We can draw on our diverse experience and clear understanding of the laws and regulations that shape the operating environment to help a broad range of clients navigate the ever-changing governance landscape. We advise our clients on a wide range of areas, including governance and accountability regimes, regulatory orders, whistleblowing, enforcement, internal investigations, risk systems and controls, and operational resilience, and have extensive experience representing boards and senior management on strategic, complex and sensitive matters.
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.
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Financial services and regulation
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.
We have a proven track record of advising a broad range of clients on complex and sensitive matters in the conduct space, both on the advisory and contentious side, many of which carry significant reputational risk.