Our new episode of FInsight: Global Financial Institutions Industry Podcast focuses on the regulatory environment for financial institutions (FI) in China.
On a high level, there remains a lot of uncertainty around the region – the means and spread of any economic recovery, and what structural changes it will bring in the longer term.
The UK Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority’s COVID-19 Business Interruption test case, providing much-needed clarity regarding the coverage generally afforded to businesses for their COVID-19 related financial losses.
In this session at the 2020 Singapore Fintech Festival, the Asia Pacific Employment & Compensation Group provided an overview of its approach to dealing with digital transformation, focusing the discussion on modern workforce — including identifying the risks and challenges in establishing a virtual and flexible workforce and providing guidance as to how these challenges can be met. In particular, the team draws out from the recent experiences of employers in conducting business with their workforce in isolation.
The series of briefings, Finding Balance: The Post-COVID Landscape for Financial Institutions, seeks to map the post-pandemic environment that financial institutions need to navigate as we move from resilience and recovery to the business renewal phase.
On 16 September 2020, Ted MacDonald (Advisor in Wholesale Bank Supervision) and Olivia Fahy (Lead Associate in the Conduct Specialists Department) from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) joined experts from Baker McKenzie to discuss the potential conduct and culture challenges of working in the current and post COVID-19 environments.