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Slaughter and May is regarded as one of the most prestigious law firms in the world. We advise on high profile and groundbreaking international…
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Slaughter and May | 12 May 2022

The Banking Regulation Review: Editor's Preface

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Slaughter and May | United Kingdom | 11 May 2022

The Banking Regulation Review: United Kingdom

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The Banking Regulation Review

Editor: Jan Putnis

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The Banking Regulation Review is an annual survey of the most important developments in banking regulation in the most significant jurisdictions worldwide. It provides high-level insight across the gamut of the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to banks, including prudential regulation, rules governing the conduct of business, funding, control and transfers of banking business and much more.

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Slaughter and May | European Union | 11 May 2022

The Banking Regulation Review: European Union

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Slaughter and May | Hong Kong | 11 May 2022

The Banking Regulation Review: Hong Kong

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Slaughter and May | United Kingdom | 10 May 2022

The Corporate Tax Planning Law Review: United Kingdom

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Slaughter and May | United Kingdom | 10 May 2022

UK Government's plans for digital regulation feature in Queen's speech

The UK Government's plans to regulate digital markets featured in today's Queen's Speech, despite recent press reports that the plans might be…
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Slaughter and May | United Kingdom | 10 May 2022

Putting the G in ESG - How activists target governance issues

While activists continue to agitate for change on issues such as M&A strategy, operational failings and climate, one area that activists also target…
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Slaughter and May | European Union, United Kingdom | 6 May 2022

Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 5 May 2022

Includes developments in relation to: climate-related risks; non-bank lending; retail investment legislative package; and insurance stress test 2022…
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