Africa Focus: Autumn 2018
Sustained, fair, inclusive growth
An overview of the financial regulatory landscape and key trends to watch
Investment and supply chain strategies for a volatile international trade environment
Today's integrated global supply chains meet enhanced US enforcement against even non-US individuals and entities
A recent US district court decision rejecting a US government challenge to the AT&T-Time Warner merger provides judicial guidance for deals involving companies with complementary businesses
Global alternatives to prosecution when a corporate is facing a criminal investigation
Potential business advantages are emerging worldwide, despite future uncertainties.
Five years since its inception, the UK Bribery Act has significantly raised the bar on corporate liability and shaken up existing rules on tackling corruption.
Financial institutions and regulators that harness the opportunities and manage the risks of adopting regtech solutions will reap big rewards.
On June 23, Britain voted to leave the European Union. The repercussions of this unprecedented decision could be felt beyond the UK and Europe, as businesses and investors the world over determine how they will be impacted by Brexit.
As investors scour the world for growth, regulators are placing cross-border deals under ever greater scrutiny, and a new regulatory world order is emerging. Understanding it is essential.
Legal risk, as we once understood it, is changing. Companies need to be prepared to respond faster so that better choices can be made sooner.
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