Barclays faces class action over excess securities sale

Barclays is facing a class action lawsuit over its recent sale of around US$17.64 billion of unregistered securities, as the bank’s talks with the US Securities and Exchange Commission over the blunder …

Former City minister to keynote first-ever GBRR Live

The UK’s longest-serving City minister, John Glen MP, will be joining speakers from Linklaters, Allen & Overy, Mizuho, ING, Shearman & Sterling, Freshfields and Citi at the inaugural GBRR Live, to be …

What’s next for the SRM?

The European Union’s Single Resolution Mechanism should expand its focus beyond G-SIBs, the governor of the Bank of France has told the annual conference of the SRM’s institutional hub – but how …

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Buy Now Pay Later in Australia: Industry awaiting Issues Paper with bated breath

For better or worse, the Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) industry has continued to make headlines since our last report. The sector’s meteoric rise has been…

Minimising corporate risk under the UK’s Bribery Act 2010

Katten Muchin Rosenman regulatory partner Neil Robson advises on how to create a tailored and focused anti-bribery policy that’s more than just a box-ticking exercise.

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Senator Andrew Bragg has released the Digital Assets (Market Regulation) Bill 2022 for consultation. The Bill seeks to protect consumers and promote…

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