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Regulating Remotely

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In this webinar members of our Financial Services group explore the various issues caused by remote working that financial services firms face.

A mass return to the workplace may be many months away. Working from the home office is now the norm for most in the financial services industry. In such an important and highly regulated industry, however, there are a number of legal and practical implications that organisations, management and individual employees need to be aware of and adjustments must be made to policies and procedures to ensure compliance in a longer-term remote working environment.

In this webinar members of our Financial Services group explore multiple issues including:

  • Regulatory: guidance on the FCA’s approach to financial regulation in lockdown.
  • Employment law: including the latest government guidance and the challenges of monitoring employees from home.
  • Data protection: including the risk of data breaches due to increased online sharing of data and reliance on less secure networks.
  • Commercial real estate: including evaluating your future office needs and the options available to you when negotiating with landlords.
  • Contractual matters: including terminating or amending supplier agreements and revisiting standard terms and conditions.

Disclaimer: This content is provided for general information only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Appropriate legal or other professional opinion should be taken before taking or omitting to take any action in respect of any specific problem. Collyer Bristow LLP accepts no liability for any loss or damage which may arise from reliance on information contained in this material.

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      A webinar from the Collyer Bristow Financial Services group

      Published 24 November 2020

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    In this webinar members of our Financial Services group explore the various issues caused by remote working that financial services firms face.

    A mass return to the workplace may be many months away. Working from the home office is now the norm for most in the financial services industry. In such an important and highly regulated industry, however, there are a number of legal and practical implications that organisations, management and individual employees need to be aware of and adjustments must be made to policies and procedures to ensure compliance in a longer-term remote working environment.

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