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Banking Bites - August 2 2022

United Kingdom - August 2 2022 Bearing in mind the soon-to-be implemented Consumer Duty, UK-regulated firms have an opportunity to consider some of the lessons that can be taken…

Gilly Bradbury, Chris Bryant, Daniel Csefalvay, Victoria Duxbury, James Fairburn, Polly James, Anthony Lennox, Naomi Miles, Joanna Munro

Liquidating Frozen Assets: When Foreign Policy Meets Sanctions Enforcement

United Kingdom - August 1 2022 In their June 2022 report “The cost of complacency: illicit finance and the war in Ukraine”,[1] the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee (the…

Gilly Bradbury, Luke Hardingham, Naomi Miles

Potential reforms to the UK’s model for criminal liability: should we be concerned?

United Kingdom - July 26 2022 On 10 June 2022, the Law Commission published its long awaited paper setting out ten options that are available to the Government for reform of the…

Gilly Bradbury, Naomi Miles, Nazia Sohail

Banking Bites - July 13 2022

United Kingdom - July 13 2022 Following increasing interest from regulators in the use of non-firm approved messaging platforms, major banks have continued to dismiss senior…

Matthew Baker, Gilly Bradbury, Daniel Csefalvay, James Fairburn, Oran Gelb, Polly James, Anthony Lennox, Naomi Miles, Joseph Ninan

Banking Bites - June 21 2022

United Kingdom - June 21 2022 In June, the Court of Appeal expanded the scope of a bank’s duty of care to protect its customers from fraud to encompass instructions by those other…

Gilly Bradbury, Chris Bryant, Daniel Csefalvay, Oran Gelb, Sonja Hainsworth, Polly James, Ursula Johnston, Naomi Miles, Victoria Newbold, Joseph Ninan, Rebecca Norris, Andrew Tuson