Global businesses have implemented strategies to ensure they can continue to operate in a rapidly changing and increasingly uncertain legal and regulatory landscape. Since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, it has been increasingly clear that operational resilience and a clear strategy remain essential for organizations not only to survive, but to thrive. While protecting public health still remains the priority, many organizations continue to face challenges, including disruption to their supply chains, meeting contractual obligations, bringing people back to the workplace and implications under funding arrangements. Many of these issues need to be navigated on a cross-border basis.
This global resource hub identifies the key issues and provides practical guidance as well as innovative and strategic thinking from our lawyers around the world on the legal and regulatory challenges. Our multi-disciplinary team takes a holistic approach to risk management that spans business units, areas of law and national boundaries.
In-house legal forum: UK
Keep on top of significant new regulatory and legal developments with our forum, aimed at in-house legal and company secretarial teams.
South Africa Transport Campaign 2023 Africa
A crucial element in the global movement of goods and people, the transportation industry is hurting right now.
Federal government introduces further amendments to Canada’s <em>Competition Act</em>
On September 21, the Minister of Finance tabled Bill C-56, which includes, among other things, proposed amendments to the Competition Act (the Act)
Global Shipping Training Programme 2023
We are delighted to present our Global Shipping Training Programme for 2023.
Middle East Capital Markets Watch: DCM
Against the backdrop of continued growth and deepening of the GCC’s equity markets, as well as the tightening of lending criteria by many traditional commercial lenders post-COVID, convertible bonds and sukuk could provide corporates in the GCC region with an alternative source of funding in circumstances where other debt or equity financing options may not otherwise be possible.
UK Pensions Briefing | Pensions issues for lenders to UK companies
There are three main categories of pension provision in the UK: state pension provision, personal pension schemes and occupational pension schemes. The type of pension scheme that can raise issues for lenders is the “occupational pension scheme”.