Though deemed not terribly effective following the 2008 banking scandals, the financial regulator could make life difficult for CMCs, says Stuar
Newcastle-based law firm wants small businesses to be compensated for mis-sold hedgin
Section 7 offence of the 'vanishing' (Bribery) Act 2010 will remain as it is, much to the dismay of the Serious Fraud Office director, David Green, write L
Third-party 'shadow clients' dictate when firms can act in financial service
Kingsley Napley dismisses new proposals as unclear, unworkable, an
Bevan Brittan aids in release of money trapped in escrow accounts following bankin
Two recent court rulings to set off a wave of fresh compensatio
In the already complex area of domicile, clients should be made aware of various pitfalls ?and nuances in the government’s recently proposed reforms,
Seismic changes will make it easier for the public and SMEs to bring class actions for los
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