What's hot and what's not across the European financial services landscape
Consolidation activity intensifies with possible mega-mergers on the horizon
We highlight the key European M&A trends in the first half of 2018, and provide our insights into the outlook for M&A moving forward
M&A is an imperative for stretched state-aided banks
How fintech is evolving from a disruptive force into an integral enabler
Asset/wealth managers feel the weight of regulation and market disruption
Market infrastructure — a mixed bag for dealmakers
Supply chains are inherently complex. They lack interoperability and are plagued by inconsistent or unavailable data.
New York Partner Owen Pell gives an insight into his work on genocide prevention.
Deficits in defined benefit pension plans remain front-page news — particularly in the wake of recent high-profile insolvencies. They are a critical issue for any M&A transaction as the Pensions Regulator expands its already extensive enforcement powers.
Digital transformation has become a key topic across financial institutions' board rooms. Yet the regulatory framework for the implementation of technological innovations still lags behind.
As technology removes physical borders from the securities industry, international financial institutions must remain vigilant to ensure their business activities do not violate US regulations.
A package of reforms aimed at tackling non-performing loans will have far-reaching consequences for European banks.
An overhaul of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau by its acting head has ruffled feathers and heralded a less aggressive enforcement regime.