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Lessons on exercising a contractual discretion post Braganza

United Kingdom - January 5 2018 Contractual terms which give one contractual party the power to exercise a discretion or form an opinion as to relevant facts are commonplace in...

Paula Johnson.

Authorised push payment scams - Payment Systems Regulator announces consultation into reimbursement model for victims

United Kingdom - November 27 2017 The Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) published its Report on Authorised Push Payment (APP) scams on 7 November 2017 and announced a Consultation into a...

Paula Johnson, Claire Clayton-Stead.

The FX global code - indirect regulatory effect

United Kingdom - August 29 2017 In recent years, misconduct revelations in relation to foreign exchange (FX) trading have dogged the FX market. Billions in fines have...

Tony Katz, Joanna Clark.

Claims management companies face stronger regulation

United Kingdom - July 17 2017 Tighter regulation of Claims Management Companies (CMCs) is edging closer as the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill (Bill) makes its way through...

Paula Johnson.

Members of the shari'ah board religious scholars or lawyers?

United Kingdom - April 18 2017 Golden Belt v BNP Paribas (Golden Belt) is perhaps the most high profile English case on Islamic Finance for more than a decade. In it...

Sohail Ali.