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New Release: Financial Institutions Horizons 2021
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Financial Institutions Horizons 2021 provides a snapshot of key legal topics and market trends across the globe, shaping the future of the financial institutions market.

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UK sanctions legislation post Brexit – analysis of new statutory instruments
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With only months to go until the end of the Brexit transition period, many of us are turning our attention to what UK sanctions legislation will look like post-Brexit. EU sanctions have...

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Marex v Sevilleja – The Supreme Court narrows the scope of the "reflective loss" principle
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The decision in Marex v Sevilleja [2020] UKSC 31 gives much needed clarity on the scope of the "reflective loss" principle, with the Court unanimously finding that the principle...

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FCA's new Business Plan prioritises areas of most potential harm amid COVID-19 challenges

In its 2020/21 Business Plan, the FCA states its aim to move towards a regulatory approach that's increasingly focused on end outcomes for consumers, markets and firms. The Business...

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Listening when sanctions regulators speak
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Maintaining a robust sanctions compliance program requires vigilance and responsiveness to updated standards set by regulators. Compliance expectations may be discerned from enforcement...

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OFAC, EU and UK financial sanctions: are you compliant?
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This infographic sets out key considerations that should be taken into account when acquiring a target or planning investments to ensure compliance with OFAC, EU and UK financial...

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OFSI fines Swedish telecoms company over Syria sanctions breaches

The Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) has fined the UK subsidiary of Swedish telecoms company Telia £146,341 for breaching UK sanctions laws, and specially the Syria ...

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U.S. Government issues new Executive Order targeting Turkey
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U.S. President Donald Trump blocking property and suspending entry of certain people who are contributing to the situation in Syria, with the result that U.S. persons generally are...

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U.S. government issues new executive order targeting Turkey and sanctions the Turkish Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, and others International Trade Alert

On 14 October, President Donald Trump issued Executive Order 13894, Blocking Property and Suspending Entry of Certain Persons Contributing to the Situation in Syria (EO).

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