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Evolution: Shaping Regulation, Unlocking Growth

11 August 2014
Last year, Hogan Lovells and FT Remark interviewed 240 senior decision-makers from public companies across the globe, as part of a research project titled 'Evolution: Reigniting the Global Economy'. That research highlighted the impact that legislators and policy makers have on businesses in every sector, in every one of the world’s markets — and the pressing need for businesses to actively engage in shaping regulatory policy.
Evolution: Shaping Regulation, Unlocking Growth

'Evolution: Shaping Regulation, Unlocking Growth' is a new Hogan Lovells report that analyses the views of business leaders around the world with regards to the impact of regulations on business. From economic regulation of key sectors to increasingly interventionist, and politically-driven tax legislation, there is a growing boardroom consensus that regulatory policy is one of the key factors holding back – and capable of unlocking – global growth and business success. It is now at the heart of how business leaders conduct their businesses. It is also at the heart of how Hogan Lovells helps its clients to prosper and grow. We help our clients identify emerging policy risks and opportunities to shape policy and governmental decisions to their advantage around the world, in their home markets and much further afield. Working at the intersection of business and government, Hogan Lovells brings to bear policy insight and compelling legal arguments to deliver real results on business-critical matters for complex multi-jurisdictional organizations. - See more on our microsite.

UK Insurance disruption from the 17th century

The Great Fire of London was finally extinguished 350 years ago today. New insurance structures emerged in the aftermath of the Great Fire – which bear striking resemblance to some of ...

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