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Shearman & sterling publishes FCPA digest: recent trends and patterns in the enforcement of the FCPA

USA - January 4 2021 In 2020, the overall number of FCPA related corporate enforcement actions dropped somewhat from recent years, with only eighteen actions brought by...

Paula Howell Anderson, Stephen Fishbein, Patrick D. Robbins, Masahisa Ikeda, Brian G. Burke, Christopher L. LaVigne, Mark D. Lanpher, Adam B. Schwartz, Philip Urofsky, Danforth Newcomb.

Financial Services Regulation under the UK-EU Brexit deal

United Kingdom, European Union - December 27 2020 The U.K.-EU Brexit deal provides no new transition period for financial services, nor any new arrangements to replace the existing “passport.” This...

Oliver Linch, Simon Dodds, Elias Allahyari, Thomas Donegan.

How Best to Navigate the LIBOR Transition: Challenges and Solutions for Corporate Treasurers and CFOs

USA, United Kingdom - November 9 2020 While this guide discusses several specific tasks for corporates to take on as the transition deadline approaches, a transition must be premised on a...

Kristen M. Garry, David Dixter, Reena Agrawal Sahni, Matthew Readings, Lisa L. Jacobs, James Duncan, Adam S. Hakki, Simon Letherman, Susanna Charlwood, Oliver Linch, Richard B. Alsop, Daniel H.R. Laguardia, Lona Nallengara, David A. Higbee, Jennifer Oosterbaan, Emma Maconick, Jeffrey J. Resetarits, Donna Parisi, Alan Rockwell, Mark Chorazak, Thomas Donegan, Patrick Clancy, Geoffrey B. Goldman.

Sanctions round up: Third quarter 2020

USA, Russia, Venezuela, China, Iran - October 29 2020 During the third quarter, the U.S. continued applying targeted pressure on the People's Republic of China, sanctioning a host of PRC officials and...

Paula Howell Anderson, Stephen Fishbein, Brian G. Burke, Christopher L. LaVigne, Mark D. Lanpher, Susanna Charlwood, Jacob Fields, Cole Pritchett, Adam B. Schwartz, Jesse Van Genugten, Philip Urofsky, Danforth Newcomb.

ESMA’s post-brexit regime for UK Investment Firms revisited‘equivalence’ or direct regulation?

United Kingdom, European Union - October 19 2020 The European Union’s financial regulatory regime for third-country access in many sectors relies on a framework of “equivalence,” whereby...

Sandy Collins, Thomas Donegan.