At DWF we’re known for being one of the strongest in the field, acting for over 30 major clearing banks, building societies, finance houses, leasing and motor companies, factors and invoice discounters as well as business in other sectors requiring asset finance and leasing advice.
Whether acting on contentious or non-contentious matters, our deep expertise sets us apart. We advise on all aspects of lending, security and litigation including consumer credit regulation, wholesale funding, aviation & marine matters, debt sale & purchase, asset, motor & consumer finance collection and recoveries, corporate recovery restructuring and insolvency, asset finance fraud and satisfactory quality dispute resolution.
Increasingly seen as the go to firm for advice on regulatory issues relating to the Financial Conduct Authority, we draw on this specialist work to advise businesses operating in other sectors, such as retail, on consumer credit issues as well as consumer terms.
With a specialist team, located across the UK, we combine extensive sector and legal knowledge with a practical, informative approach. Our clients tell us that our commitment to tailoring our service and prioritising swift, decisive advice and communication, establishes DWF as one of the leading teams in the market.
Compliance with the Practice Direction on Pre-Action Conduct (PD PAC) remains important for litigants. The delays that may otherwise be incurred whilst a matter is stayed or the sanctions that are applied may be substantial.
Could your business be liable for an unlimited fine? What you need to know about the new corporate offences relating to tax evasion. Taking no action is not an option.
Following the launch of the revised arbitration rules of the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) (the DIAC Rules) during Dubai Arbitration Week in November 2017, their adoption by Ruler’s Decree is now (according to confidential sources) imminent and likely to coincide with the official adoption of the new United Arab Emirates (UAE) Federal Arbitration Law, which is to replace the UAE Arbitration Chapter, that is, the arbitration-specific provisions of the UAE Civil Procedures Code.
Two business partners who claimed to have been involved in a road accident in order to claim thousands of pounds from QBE have been ordered to pay back all the sums paid and the cost of investigating the claim.
This article examines the key proposals for how firms, not currently subject to the FCA's Senior Managers' regime, will be transitioned into it when it is extended to all firms.
This article was originally published by Leasing Life on 08 July 2016
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