In this episode, Andy Moody, partner and head of the dispute resolution practice in London, and Katia Finkel, senior associate in the same practice in London, cover recent examples of sovereign wealth funds bringing investment treaty claims and how others can obtain access to these protections. The episode also analyzes why investors should consider investment treaties as part of their decision-making process.
In this episode of FInsight, Charles Thomson and Henry Garfield, partners in Baker McKenzie’s dispute resolution practice in London, talk to Kate Geale about recent developments, legal issues, practical tips, and strategies around cross-border fraud and asset tracing in SWFs. The episode also tackles emerging trends around the growing emphasis on sustainability and the increasing impact of cryptoassets.
In this special edition, Eva-Maria Segur Cabanac, a partner in our Vienna office and global sustainability lead for financial institutions, and Jennifer Klass, a partner in our New York office and co-chair of the financial regulation and enforcement practice in North America, talk with Ying Yi Liew on how the COVID-19 pandemic led to the prioritization of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations among FIs.
Our new episode is the first of two episodes focusing on cryptoassets and regulatory developments, taking off from our publication Crypto around the World. The episode covers high-level regulatory issues – both current and emerging – as well as retail investments in crypto.
In the seventh installment in the Finding Balance series, we take a closer look at increasing regulatory scrutiny of financial institutions (FIs), in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We explore the defining characteristics of transactions, using the SCAPE framework to understand legal complexity and stress test plans in an evolving landscape. We cover three sectors in this series: (1) Automotive, (2) Aviation, and; (3) Luxury, Fashion and Retail.