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UK: Finfluencers beware - The FCA is closing in

The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has brought criminal charges against nine individuals in relation to an unauthorised foreign exchange trading scheme promoted on social media.


CRD6: Third Country Branches

On 27 June, our cross border team held a dynamic discussion on CRD 6: Third Country Branches covering an overview of the key changes introduced by the directive.


The Influencers Podcast: How Nestlé uses legal tech and AI

Join Nestlé senior legal counsel Ruth Brandstätter and Hogan Lovells host Leo von Gerlach as Ruth shares Nestlé’s journey using legal tech and AI in their...


The Payments Newsletter including Digital Assets & Blockchain, June 2024

Key developments of interest over the last month include: the European Banking Authority’s publication of a report on virtual IBANs; HM Treasury’s designation of banks under the ...


The Influencers Podcast: The Future of LegalTech

In this episode of The Influencers, Hogan Lovells host Leo von Gerlach and Sebastian Lach, Co-CEO of ELTEMATE, discuss the future of legal tech in the context of digital transformation.

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Payments: East to West

Following our successful Payments Conference last September, Hogan Lovells' cross-border team has recorded these two sessions which take an in-depth look at topics that generated...

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Fighting sophisticated crime – Further anti-money laundering legal developments in Singapore

The Singapore Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore (ACRA) have jointly proposed two bills: the first, designed to strengthen the...


The Influencers Podcast: Behind the AI Act

In this episode of The Influencers, Kai Zenner (Digital Policy Adviser, European Parliament) and Hogan Lovells host Leo von Gerlach discuss behind-the-scenes insights and repercussions of...


Enforcement risks increase: DOJ and SDNY initiate self-disclosure pilot programs for individuals

In the past several years, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has been pursuing a variety of strategies to increase the number of corporate criminal prosecutions. As Assistant Attorney...

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