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Digital Assets and Blockchain: 2022-23 Key Trends

2022 has been a defining year for digital assets and blockchain, as governments move from a watch and wait position to delivering regulatory frameworks and taking strides to harness the...


Global Payments Newsletter, September 2022

Key developments of interest over the last month include plans to consider increasing regulation on crypto firms in several countries; the Bank of Thailand publishing a payment development...


Insurance Horizons 2022-2023
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In this year’s Insurance Horizons brochure, we have provided our thoughts on some of the key themes that will impact the global insurance sector over the coming months, including in...


U.S. tax alert: Inflation Reduction Act, CHIPS Act & Private Capital

On August 16th, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (H.R. 5376) into law (the “IRA”). Among the most significant provisions in the bill are extensions and ...


InsurTech and the cutting edge of blockchains: Identity tokens and insurance
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Insurance industry leaders by now have become more familiar with a variety of potential use-cases for blockchain technology in insurance, such as the implementation of "smart...


Regulation of Fiat-Back Stable Coins in Mexico
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Fiat-Back Stable Coins are not regulated in Mexico and fall outside of the FinTech Law. The current legal framework in Mexico gives them a differentiated treatment according to their...

Media Mention

SDNY Criminal Division Deputy Chief Joins Hogan Lovells as Partner New York Law Journal

Kristy Greenberg, who will be a member of the firm's financial industry and insurance sector, said she was drawn to Hogan Lovells' "unparalleled" international capabilities.


Data Act: the era of data availability (Part 1: obligation to share data)

The Data Act Proposal aims to provide fairness to data access and proposes new rules on who can use and access data generated in the EU across all economic sectors. It creates the...


BEIS publishes draft legislation to extend post-Brexit transitional arrangements for businesses

On 6 September 2022, a proposed negative statutory instrument relating to Brexit was published by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (“BEIS”): the Prod...

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