Government publishes non-stablecoin cryptoasset Consultation and Call for Evidence

    HM Treasury (HMT) has published its long-awaited consultation (Consultation) and call for evidence (Call for Evidence) on the regulation of cryptoassets that are not stablecoins, e-money or already regulated by virtue of amounting to a traditional financial services instrument (a share, bond, unit in a fund, derivative, etc). Its scope is broad and captures a whole swathe of cryptoassets including cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, as well as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Read more

    When AI meets the Consumer Duty

    Herbert Smith Freehills LLP has published an article in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law on artificial intelligence (AI) and the Consumer Duty. Read more