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Climate change litigation: Where are the risks for financial services firms in the UK?

United Kingdom - March 4 2020 Until recently, global climate change litigation focussed on tort claims against energy companies and others whose activities are perceived to impact…

Anthea Bowater, Simon Orton, Christopher Robinson.

Anti-bribery and corruption: global enforcement and legislative developments 2016

Global - January 25 2016 Over the past couple of years, we have seen more countries bring enforcement actions against companies for bribing foreign officials. These include…

Dr. Marius Berenbrok, Michelle Ann Bramley, Geoff Nicholas, Adam Siegel.

The consumer first culture: the FCA's challenge for the retail sector

United Kingdom - June 16 2014 On March 31, 2014, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published its Business Plan for the coming year. At the heart of this plan is an emphasis on…

Daren Hlaing.

FSA enforcement in 2012 and looking ahead to 2013

United Kingdom - January 21 2013 2012 was a busy year for the Financial Services Authority (FSA) as it prepared for the transfer to the new regime on April 1, 2013. There were also…

Sharon Grennan.

New FSA rules and guidance: proactive collective redress

United Kingdom - September 23 2011 The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is introducing new Dispute Resolution: Complaints Handling Rules (DISP) in September 2011, which continue the trend towards a new system of proactive collective redress

Chris Chapman.