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07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: Braving the maelstrom

Our Financial Services Regulatory (FSR) team surveys the regulatory landscape for 2023 and considers the challenges confronting firms and regulators.
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: REGULATORS TO CLAMPDOWN ON SCAMS AS ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS RISE

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 Financial institutions can expect to face greater scrutiny as watchdogs target fraud in a drive to recover diverted funds
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: Crypto Winter — Market downturn emboldens regulators to greater intervention

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 As the crypto industry's troubles deepen, regulators around the world have been given political license to strengthen rulemaking and enforcement action
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: Regulating E(S)G — A growing commitment

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 Regulatory scrutiny is widening to include an array of new concerns as watchdogs extend environmental and governance standards
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: The ESG Agenda — Financing a fair future

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 As awareness of environmental, social and human rights issues grow, we explore how firms will need to respond to a changing ethical landscape
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: Gathering storms — Business and regulators brace as economic outlook darkens

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 Energy shocks, high inflation and persistent geopolitical tensions put central banks' focus squarely on securing macroeconomic and financial stability
07 December 2022

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07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: Wrestling giants — Regulators ramp up efforts to monitor Big Tech

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 As technology reshapes business, watchdogs are modernising to better detect and act on bad behaviour
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: Turning point: Third-party providers under growing scrutiny

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 Regulators are set to take a more muscular approach to technology providers as operational resilience frameworks mature
07 December 2022

The Australian Government passes Secure Jobs, Better Pay Act 2022: What it means for your business

On 2 December 2022, the landmark Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Bill 2022 (Bill) passed both houses of Parliament. On 6 December 2022, the Bill received royal assent and became the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Act 2022 (Act).
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: Get ready for the quantum leap

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 Quantum computing is set to reshape financial services. We explore the risks and opportunities inherent in this cutting-edge technology.
07 December 2022

FSR OUTLOOK 2023: New toolkits and closer proactive regulatory engagement

Explore our FSR Outlook 2023 Developments in Australia, the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore reinforce a global trend towards closer engagement through regulatory tools beyond just enforcement
07 December 2022

The Third Wheel podcast series: ESG in Australia

We explore the topical Environment, Social and Governance issues of the day in Australia.
07 December 2022

Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung advises on eighth successful toll road transaction in three years

Leading Indonesian law firm Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung , in association with Herbert Smith Freehills , has advised Hong Kong-listed Road King Infrastructure Limited (HKEX: 1098) on its successful acquisition of a minority interest in the Semarang-Batang section of the Trans Java Toll Road with...
06 December 2022

Red card or fair play? Ambush marketing back in the news as FIFA World Cup kicks off

Ambush marketing can be an impactful, but legally risky, advertising strategy. Businesses that are the subject of, or otherwise engaging in, ambush marketing should consider potential infringement of the target brand’s intellectual property rights.