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Banking & Finance Lawyer

  • A standout Bristol-based Banking and Financing practice is looking for an exceptional newly qualified lawyer
  • Our team is a trusted partner of a myriad leading banks, debt funds, investment funds and corporates
  • You will form a key part of the team advising on transactions ranging in size from £1m to £1bn
  • We are seeking a lawyer with genuine academic prowess, a keen commercial outlook and extensive market knowledge
  • Working with 5 partners and 20 solicitors in a tier 1 team, this is a unique opportunity to develop your career

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The UK’s National Data Strategy: how to ensure transparent and accountable algorithmic decision-making by public bodies?

This is an issue that is central to the National Data Strategy which was launched for consultation on 9 September 2020. In response to the

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Government announces plans for new Digital Markets Unit

The UK government has announced that it plans to launch a Digital Markets Unit, which will begin work from April 2021. The UK Competition and Markets

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The proposed Responsible Investment Bill: a contrast with the Australian approach

ShareAction, a charitable organisation committed to promoting responsible and sustainable long-term investment, proposed a new Responsible Investment

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The CQC has published its annual report for 201920

The Care Quality Commission ('CQC') has published its annual report for 201920. The report looks at four key areas: the quality of care before the

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DHSC considers healthcare procurement reform

On 24 November 2020, the Department of Health and Social Care released the paper "Busting Bureaucracy" which looks at ways in which it can achieve the

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UK Government unveils climate change roadmap for asset managers

As part of the UK's Green Finance Strategy and alongside the Financial Services Statement issued by the Chancellor, the joint Government Regulatory

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Disclosing documents for “Attorney’s eyes only”

The disclosure process in litigation involves sharing documents with the opposing party (if those documents assist or harm either parties’ case)

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The Christmas party isn’t cancelled

Employers are grappling with some difficult questions about how to hold Christmas events this year and what the tax implications of their decisions

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FCA developing guiding principles on building trust in sustainable investments

On 23 November the FCA published text from the speech "Building trust in sustainable investments" by Richard Monks, the FCA's Director of Strategy

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Market reminded of regulators’ focus on data

The FCA has reminded firms of their responsibilities to store, use and share their clients' data in a lawful manner. These obligations need particular

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GMP equalisation simplified - time for a 'knock for knock' DB transfer policy?

As the pensions industry grapples with the complex judgment in Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Limited v Lloyds Bank plc ('Lloyds 2'), here is

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COVID-19: FCA further proposals to support consumer credit borrowers

In light of the recent government restrictions in response to COVID-19, the FCA published a statement on 2 November 2020 announcing its plans to

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Supreme Court sets date for FCA, insurers Business Interruption claims appeal

On 2 November 2020, the Supreme Court granted permission to appeal in the Financial Conduct Authority's test case on business interruption insurance

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UK Asset Management Taskforce sustainable growth and stewardship report published

On 24 November the UK Investment Association ("IA") published the report "Investing with purpose: placing stewardship at the heart of sustainable

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Recent Financial Stability Board report notes firms’ climate-related disclosures harmed by lack of available data

On 23 November the Financial Stability Board ("FSB") published its report analysing the impact of climate change on financial stability, assessing the

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Further FCA and FOS correspondence on firm handling of complaints during pandemic

The FCA has published correspondence with the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) confirming the FOS's approach to assessing complaints arising from

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ESMA has published a speech by its Executive Director on future challenges for fund managers

The speech focuses on two key topics for the asset management sector; delegation in light of the end of the Brexit transition period and sustainable

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HSE & Local Authority Officers are checking businesses in the transport, warehousing, and logistics sector are COVID-secure

HSE has issued a bulletin stating that HSE inspectors, and local authority officers, will be visiting more warehouses and distribution centres, to

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What are the tax implications for imports post-Brexit?

At 11pm GMT on 31 December 2020 (midnight in Brussels), the transition period brought about by the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 will end

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