Newsletters and briefings
The UK Supreme Court’s decision on the Quincecare duty of care owed by financial institutions to their customers and its implications to Hong Kong.
Dismissal was automatically unfair even though whistleblowing reason was hidden from decision-maker; TUPE applies to “workers”; Removal of extended absence trigger; Written statement of particulars
Includes developments in relation to MAR; EMIR; EMIR 2.2; MiFIR; BMR; CRR; ELTIF; Solvency II; SMCR; cryptoassets; EU green initiatives; sustainable finance; and anti-money laundering.
European Court of Justice partially accepts one appeal in power cable cartel case, but dismisses two others entirely
Includes developments in relation to operational resilience, outsourcing, SMCR, securitisation, investment firms, stablecoins, OTC derivatives, MAR, MiFID, PEPP and anti-money laundering.
This briefing summarises the main parties’ policies on the Brexit process, and the headline views of each party on the shape of the UK’s future relationship with the EU.
Corporate and Commercial
Sovereign Debt and Eurozone