Our global financial services and regulation practice is structured around its core regulatory strengths – governance, conduct and markets.
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. We represent both firms and individuals subject to regulatory investigation in relation to conduct matters. We regularly assist firms with their conduct risk frameworks, investor and consumer protection obligations, distribution and misselling risk, ESG issues, culture, and board and workforce diversity and inclusion.
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.
ESG regulation: Global themes and what's on the horizon
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) is a key area of importance for businesses globally as the legal and regulatory landscape changes and expectations of investors, customers, employees and other stakeholders grow.
Mobile data and investigations: Expectations of authorities, challenges and practical tips
Remote working has accelerated the merge of work and home data, particularly on mobile phones and instant messaging services such as WhatsApp.
SEC ESG Subcommittee panel debates framework for mandatory disclosures
The US SEC's ESG Subcommittee convened a panel to discuss the Commission's efforts to develop a framework for mandatory ESG disclosures.
Greenwashing: International initiatives taken to address the issue, coming to Australia?
Australia has long-standing requirements that deal with how investments can be offered when they follow environmentally friendly, sustainable or ethical strategies.
NRF Outsourcing Toolkit
Over recent years, financial institutions have been increasingly interested in outsourcing business activities in order to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
Financial services 40 minute briefing: The changing shape of the retail sector
Join us as we take a look at the current state of play in the retail sector and how this is rapidly evolving over the course of 2021.
Mit leichter Verspätung veröffentlichte der Gemeinsame Ausschuss der Europäischen Aufsichtsbehörden (ESAs; bestehend aus ESMA, EIOPA und EBA) am 4. Februar 2021 ihren finalen Bericht zum delegierten Rechtsakt der Offenlegungsverordnung.
Sustainable finance and investment
Financial institutions will need to assess, monitor and disclose the sustainability of their investments to build a resilient global financial system.
Sustainable finance regulation hub
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.
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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 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.