Our financial services regulation expertise spans new applications for authorisation, through to change of control and the wider issues affecting financial services organisations, such as disciplinary issues and market abuse.
We act for UK and international clients ranging from banks and building societies, through to insurers, reinsurers, mortgage firms and other commercial lenders, asset managers and investors, payment service providers, clearing houses and rating agencies.
We’re particularly known for our work on consumer credit, and for providing expert support in setting up new financial services businesses, as well as preparing businesses for sale.
Our approach sets us apart. Whereas some firms advise from a technical stand-point we work hard to focus on your customer journey, understanding how your customers interact with your business and the regulatory challenges this presents.
Being Creative and Innovative is the heart of what we do.
We run and attend conferences and events all the time so why not try and shake things up a little? We no longer want to just stand on stage and talk about all the things we can or should do. We want to show you, teach you and immerse you in the how... not just the why?
We discuss the FCA warnings to DB Transfer advisers highlighting some of the key considerations; practical steps to addressing FCA concerns and ways to re-mediate problems where identified.
Court of Appeals Berlin, decision of 29.09.2018 – (4) 161 Ss 28/18 (35/18) published in German under: www.gerichtsentscheidungen.berlin-brandenburg.de
Recent developments on “Gun Jumping”
Lord Adair Turner, former chair of the FSA until 2013, predicted in 2016 that "the losses which will emerge from peer-to-peer lending over the next five to ten years will make the worst bankers look like lending geniuses."
We draw experts from across the firm to build tailored, sector teams with genuine expertise in your market and of your customers. These include M&A, insurance law, technology, data protection, EU consumer law and retail law.