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The regulator will consult on various other related rules in 2015. Responses to this consultation are requested by January 6, 2015.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
On October 6, 2014, the Prudential Regulation Authority ("PRA") published a discussion paper on ensuring operational continuity in resolution in banks, building societies and investment firms regulated by the PRA.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The fine is the largest fine imposed by the FCA (or its predecessor, the Financial Services Authority) for a breach of the Client Asset Rules.
The final instalment of our series of updates on the (now passed) Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill has finally arrived. This update will consider the new procedures for appeals to the Inner House of the Court of Session and to the Supreme Court.
Field Fisher Waterhouse
Research commissioned by CAF shows over half of Britons (55%) think charities involved in social media campaigns encourage people to give more to good causes overall.
In the run up to the referendum on Scottish independence, the three main UK political parties pledged to devolve further powers to Scotland.
In a world that is increasingly underpinned by cloud technologies, there is a key question that current and prospective start-up founders need to answer.
Wedlake Bell
Last week, the media was full of headlines about a US lawsuit which had apparently resulted in energy drink maker Red Bull having to pay millions of dollars in compensation.
Withers LLP
The UK Government has at last published the changes that are being made to the Tier 1 (investor) visa route; the minimum financial threshold is being increased to £2 million.
The Risk and Regulation Monthly provides a summary of the key regulatory developments and pertinent regulatory activity affecting the Financial Services industry.
Deloitte’s latest publication analyses the annual reports of 100 listed UK companies from multiple sectors.
Since joining Deloitte I have become aware of the prevalence of giving and receiving feedback and its importance.
In October, the Government's Communications Electronic Security Group published new guidance for employers who permit their employees to use their own laptops, smart phones and tablets for work, otherwise known as Bring Your Own Device ("BYOD").
This penultimate part of our series of updates on the recently passed Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill examines the creation of a new judicial entity: the Summary Sheriff.
Field Fisher Waterhouse
A franchising agreement is at risk of infringing EU competition law (Article 101(1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union) if it has the object or effect of restricting competition and is capable of affecting trade within the EEA.
Fifty years ago, Bob Dylan released his seminal album "The times they are a-changin".
On September 30, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office published a review of the manner in which personal data is processed by credit reference agencies.
The FCA published consultation paper CP14/21, incorporating its policy statement CP14/02 and other changes into the Listing Rules and Prospectus Rules.
The FPC noted that acting against the excessive indebtedness caused by a high number of mortgages with high LTI ratios will make the financial system more stable.
In England, at least £4.5 billion a year is spent caring for people who are at the end-of-life, and while some individuals receive high standards of care many others do not.
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Fenwick Elliott LLP
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Nabarro LLP
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Shearman & Sterling LLP
The referendum is governed by the Scottish Independence Referendum Act 2013. This legislation was passed by the UK Parliament.
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Reed Smith
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