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Locke Lord LLP | United Kingdom | 6 Apr 2010

Speech by Sally Dewar - taking the FSA's corporate governance agenda forward

Sally Dewar, the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) managing director of Risk, gave a speech entitled "Taking the FSA's corporate governance agenda forward" at the City Corporate Governance and Remuneration Summit on 30 March 2010.

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Locke Lord LLP | Bermuda | 3 Mar 2010

The Bermuda Monetary Authority proposes introducing group-wide supervision in further move towards Solvency II equivalence

The Bermuda Monetary Authority (the BMA) published a consultation paper on 5 February 2010 entitled "Consultation Paper on The Bermuda Monetary Authority's Proposed Insurance Groups Regulatory Framework" (the Paper).

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Locke Lord LLP | USA | 3 Feb 2010

PLUS D&O symposium: morning session II

During the second morning session at the PLUS D&O Symposium, the panelists discussed the role of mediation in D&O claims resolution and the kinds of recurring issues that arise in the mediation context, as well as the best ways that these problems can be avoided or overcome.

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Locke Lord LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Feb 2010

FSA consults on effective corporate governance

On 28 January 2010 the FSA issued a consultation paper on effective governance, focusing on significant influence controlled functions and Sir David Walker's review of corporate governance in banks and other financial firms.

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Locke Lord LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Aug 2009

Financial Services Authority confirms changes to the rules for approved persons

On 27 July 2009, the Financial Services Authority (the FSA) issued PS0914: "The approved persons regime - significant influence function review" (the Policy Statement) confirming that it will extend the approved persons regime for those that perform a 'significant influence' function at firms.

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