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Financial Services Spring update

LIBOR transition, ESG and the impact of Brexit

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Join members of Collyer Bristow’s Financial services team as they discuss the latest issues facing the industry as we begin to emerge from the lockdown and come to terms with the impacts of the pandemic and Brexit.

Nigel Brahams, Partner, discusses the current impact of Brexit on the regulatory side of the financial services industry, and contemplates the future for the UK’s financial regulatory landscape.

Guest speaker, Hanif Virji, Director at Vivadum, discusses the transition away from LIBOR and provides a market update on how the transition is progressing in practice, in relation to potentially “tough legacy” and with a focus on where the areas for disputes are likely to emerge as we move forward.

Janine Alexander, Partner, discusses ESG (Environmental Social and Governance), the main factors relating to the consideration of the sustainability, and societal impact of investments and their current and potential future impact on the financial services industry. The session concludes with a Q & A session.

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    • Financial Services Spring update

      A webinar on LIBOR transition, ESG and the impact of Brexit

      Published 22 April 2021

      BANKING & FINANCIAL DISPUTES & FINANCIAL SERVICES

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    Join members of Collyer Bristow’s Financial services team as they discuss the latest issues facing the industry as we begin to emerge from the lockdown and come to terms with the impacts of the pandemic and Brexit.

    Nigel Brahams, Partner, discusses the current impact of Brexit on the regulatory side of the financial services industry, and contemplates the future for the UK’s financial regulatory landscape.

    Guest speaker, Hanif Virji, Director at Vivadum, discusses the transition away from LIBOR and provides a market update on how the transition is progressing in practice, in relation to potentially “tough legacy” and with a focus on where the areas for disputes are likely to emerge as we move forward.

    Janine Alexander, Partner, discusses ESG (Environmental Social and Governance), the main factors relating to the consideration of the sustainability, and societal impact of investments and their current and potential future impact on the financial services industry. The session concludes with a Q & A session.

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