In October, we launched a brand new podcast channel, Financial Services Disputes & Regulation, providing regular bite-sized broadcasts covering both litigation and regulatory developments for banks and other financial institutions. You can subscribe to the new channel here, or on all the usual platforms including Apple and Spotify.

We are pleased to announce the release of the first episode of Regulation in Focus, our podcast series of short, sharp insights into regulatory issues that matter to you. Our first episode, a bumper cross-border edition featuring partners Hannah Cassidy (Hong Kong), Natalie Curtis (Singapore) and Chris Ninan (London), focuses on information flows in cross-border regulatory investigations.

We’ve recently published the fourth edition of The Long Arm of Regulation: Responding to Cross-Border Financial Services Investigations, which gives an overview of how to approach multiple proceedings in different jurisdictions, and aims to assist firms in navigating the differing regimes across 15 key jurisdictions. Our guide covers a range of important topics, including the regulators’ breadth of powers, mechanisms for obtaining – and withholding – information, consequences for failing to comply, and the management of competing confidentiality and reporting obligations. You can download a preview of our guide on our website.

Also listen on Apple or Spotify.

Hannah Cassidy
Hannah Cassidy
Partner, Hong Kong
+852 21014133
Natalie Curtis
Natalie Curtis
Partner, Singapore
+33 1 53 57 74 04
Chris Ninan
Chris Ninan
Partner, London
+44 20 7466 2461
Kimberly Everitt
Kimberly Everitt
Professional Support Lawyer, London
+44 20 7466 2920

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