If you want to stay up to date on the latest developments in the world of financial services risk and regulation, the Regulation Tomorrow podcast is for you. Each month, Norton Rose Fulbright's team of lawyers, risk consultants and government relations and public policy strategists will discuss recent news and emerging trends to help you keep track of the evolving and increasingly complex global financial services regulatory environment.
The Edinburgh Reforms: What do they mean for markets?
In our latest podcast on the Edinburgh Reforms, Hannah Meakin discusses what the reforms mean from a markets perspective.
Split the difference: Markets in EU and UK – what we should be expecting and hoping to see in 2023
In our new podcast series, Split the difference, which explores divergence between the EU and UK regimes in the markets space, Jonathan Herbst, Hannah Meakin, Anna Carrier and Floortje Nagelkerke provide an overview of what we should be expecting and hoping to see in 2023.
Regulation Tomorrow Plus – Cost of living: Economic crime & takeaways for financial services firms
In this episode of RT Plus, Haney Saadah, Head of Risk Consulting for EMEA, and Risk Advisory Executive Fiona Burke discuss some practical considerations for UK financial services firms in light of the increased cost of living, including in relation to economic crime and supporting consumers with higher costs.
Regulation Tomorrow Plus – FCA Consults On New Core Investment Advice Regime
In this episode of RT Plus, Matthew Gregory and Simon Lovegrove cover some of the key points in the FCA’s recent consultation for a new core investment advice regime.
Regulation Tomorrow Plus - UK 2022 wrap up
In this episode, our London Financial Services & Regulation partners reflect on some of the key UK regulatory themes from the past year and what we expect to come down the track in 2023.
Regulation Around The World - Buy Now Pay Later
In our latest edition of Regulation Around the World, our financial services partners from the United Kingdom, United States, and Australia cover the latest regulatory developments concerning buy now pay later