Adapting English law for the digital revolution

The work on digital assets will ensure that the law is capable of accommodating electronic documents, cryptoassets and other digital assets in a way which allows the possibilities of technology to flourish.


Britain Plans Law to Safeguard City of London's Global Standing

The reference to world leading prudential standards will reassure regulators in Britain who have cautioned about being given a formal remit to maintain the competitiveness of London as a global financial centre when writing new rules, fearing it would wea


Swiss Banker's Ties to Ruvercap Run Deep

According to the criminal complaint, roughly 80 million euros were to remain on the books of Batagon, the company which bought the battery factory three years ago.


Weekly Tax Brief - 15 September 2020

HMRC’s new policy on cancellation fees and early termination charges threatens telecoms and motor vehicle finance businesses with backdated VAT assessments, and the risk may spill over into compensation payments in other sectors.