How financial institutions can apply lessons learned on operational resilience in light of COVID-19
For financial institutions across the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic has proved to be a real-world test of operational resilience.
COVID-19: Firms confront operational resilience challenges
As the world begins to emerge from lockdown, businesses are having to make enormous adjustments because of the challenges created by COVID-19.
Going viral: Heightened cyber and corporate crime risks in the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 outbreak has posed an unprecedented challenge – not just for individuals and governments, but also corporates seeking to navigate unchartered waters in the widespread disruption caused by the global pandemic.
From disrupted to tainted supply chains: Canadian legislation against modern slavery may be coming post-COVID
Bill S-211, An Act to enact the Modern Slavery Act and to amend the Customs Tariff (the Bill), was introduced in the Senate on February 5, 2020.
Institutional responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
As the COVID-19 pandemic has shut down businesses, locked down communities and closed borders, the international arbitration community is not alone in having to rapidly develop new ways of working. For a cross-border system of dispute resolution that frequently involves participants from different countries, the challenge posed by COVID-19 to international arbitration is acute.
Global antitrust and competition trends for 2020
We are living through the most dynamic period in antitrust and competition policy for decades – with pressure for change coming from different directions and likely to generate concrete proposals and political controversy in 2020, plus the global COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic adding unprecedented complexity and uncertainty.