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Norton Rose Fulbright | Global | 18 Nov 2021

Disputes relating to climate change and sustainability are increasing – but what are they?

It is impossible to ignore that climate change and sustainability issues are hot topics. The range of related legal disputes is vast; it is a global phenomenon where legal issues traverse multiple fields of law and various causes of action, involving a wide range of claimants and defendants from multiple sectors. This article analyses examples from recent cases referred to international......
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Lexology PRO | Norway | 12 Nov 2021

Norwegian GDPR fine struck down after investigation delays

Norway’s privacy appeals board has overturned a fine issued by the country’s data watchdog after finding it took too long to process a case – and said it would have reduced the penalty in any event.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 11 Nov 2021

60-second read: What due diligence to perform before purchasing inventory

Internet of Things tags, crisis management questionnaires, and on-site visits are key steps to verify the quality and creditworthiness of goods, according to Mark Kavanagh, group general head of operations and transformation at [email protected]
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Lexology PRO | Australia, China, European Union, etc. | 10 Nov 2021

In-house interview: Risk management tips for the inventory financing sector

Mark Kavanagh, group general head of operations and transformation at [email protected], talks about how inventory financing can help companies manage the supply chain crisis and also the importance of due diligence, crisis management, and AML compliance.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 28 Oct 2021

FTC finalises security rules for financial institutions

The US Federal Trade Commission’s decision to implement strict cybersecurity rules for financial institutions comes over the objections of industry members and other FTC commissioners.
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Aluko & Oyebode | Nigeria | 26 Oct 2021

CBN issues exposure draft of risk-based cybersecurity framework and guidelines for OFIs

The Central Bank of Nigeria has issued an exposure draft of the risk-based cybersecurity framework guidelines for other financial institutions (OFIs) in Nigeria. These draft guidelines outline the minimum requirements that OFIs are required to observe in developing and implementing strategies, policies, procedures and related activities aimed at mitigating the risks of cyber threats and attacks.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 12 Oct 2021

In-house interview: How failure to prevent offences are holding UK companies to account

Teodora Harrop, head of financial crime and MLRO at Link Group, talks about how “failure to prevent” offences are being incorporated into the UK legislation as a means of holding companies accountable for white-collar crimes.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 12 Oct 2021

Failure to prevent: a growing trend?

Teodora Harrop, Head of Financial Crime at Link Group, discusses how failure to prevent offences are being adopted in UK legislation, and what this means for corporate liability for different types of white collar crime.Link Group is an international asset management company, and Harrop is based in the UK office.Interview conducted by Samantha Gilbert, Senior Content Editor for Lexology PRO.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Brazil, China, etc. | 28 Sep 2021

Supply chain crisis: business continuity tips amid supply shortages

A look at China’s shipping crisis, the UK fuel shortage and the global energy crunch, and what they can teach businesses on strengthening business continuity and supply chains alike.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 15 Sep 2021

Anti-corruption: key compliance updates (3 – 15 Sep)

China adopts a new anti-corruption law, the EU’s new dual-use regulation comes into force, and UK regulators crack down on trade finance activity – plus other key updates.
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