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21 October 2020
Capital Raisings and Opportunistic M&A in a Covid-19 Environment—Lessons Learned from the Global Financial Crisis
The Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation (JIBLR) has published an article written by members of our securities class action practice: Capital Raisings and Opportunistic M&A in a Covid-19 Environment—Lessons Learned from the Global Financial Crisis.
20 October 2020
2020 Global Bank Review: #disruption
The 2020 edition of our Global Bank Review: #disruption , explores the challenges and opportunities facing banks, with the emergence and impact of the Covid-19 global health pandemic and its subsequent ramifications. While the sector has faced – and overcome – significant disruption before, the...
20 October 2020
International Arbitration in Australia in 2020 – state of play
International arbitration continues to play an increasingly important role in Australia. In this note we canvass some of the key developments in the international arbitration space in 2020, including: Recent judicial support for international arbitration and the enforcement of arbitral awards,...
16 October 2020
Members of our Digital Law Group contribute to the Tech London Advocates and UK Law Society’s guidance for lawyers advising on distributed ledger technologies
“Technology underpins innovation in legal services and plays a critical role in driving the postcoronavirus recovery across all sectors of the economy. The report of the TLA’s Blockchain Legal and Regulatory Group will provide a clear framework and much needed guidance on the use of blockchain in...
15 October 2020
Libor transition update - October 2020
The cessation of the London Inter-bank Offered Rate ( LIBOR ) at the end of 2021 has long been an issue vexing the global financial services industry given the scale and geographic spread of exposures to the affected benchmarks across the currencies and terms in which it is published. As we reach...
13 October 2020
Fintech 2021: from crisis to consolidation
For most people, life and work have changed fundamentally since the Covid-19 crisis began – and there are concerns that the crisis could still worsen again . Most areas of the world’s economy have been profoundly affected too, and the Fintech sector is no exception. Fintech has been both an...
09 October 2020
Climate-related disclosures: the new frontier?
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP have published an article in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law on the Financial Conduct Authority ( FCA )’s proposals for regulating climate-related disclosures and the litigation risks which may arise for issuers from such proposals.
06 October 2020
Pressure Points: Insurance for financial losses arising from the pandemic (UK, Australia)
Business has been looking to insurance to cover some of the financial consequences associated with Covid-19, and test cases have been commenced in both the UK and Australia to explore the boundaries within which insurance policies might respond to Covid-19-related losses. In this update, we...
02 October 2020
Inside tech Asia webinar series
Our Inside Tech Asia Webinar Series covers a range of topics including fintech and digital banking, digital infrastructure, healthtech, and growth and investments in Asia Pacific. New themes and episodes will be added regularly. To join a live webinar session, please register and save the calendar...
02 October 2020
ÁREAS DE IMPACTO: Nuevas medidas concursales y societarias para hacer frente a la crisis generada por el Covid-19 (España)
El pasado 20 de septiembre de 2020, entró en vigor la Ley 3/2020, de 18 de septiembre, de medidas procesales y organizativas para hacer frente al COVID-19 en el ámbito de la Administración de Justicia.