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A blizzard of regulatory reform: did you miss anything?

2021 has seen the UK Government and regulators engage in a blizzard of consultations and draft legislation, proposing reforms across a wide range of areas. The sheer volume makes it difficult for businesses to keep on top of changes that might affect them.

Asset Manager Checklist: Global Mobility

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, asset managers have found that many members of their workforce (of varying degrees of seniority) have been working for an extended period from abroad, rather than in the UK office. Post-Covid, some of these individuals have expressed a wish to spend all of their time, or a proportion of their time, working from abroad.

Budget 2021: Employee share plans and the road to recovery

Whatever the Chancellor announces in his forthcoming Budget, employee share plans will continue to play an important role as companies move forward from the Covid-19 pandemic. The tax-advantages that share-based awards can enjoy are a key feature, however, equally important is the impact that share-ownership can have on boosting employee morale, motivation and aligning their interests with other investors.

Brexit and Social Security: What has changed for workers moving between the UK and the EU?

Brexit Transition Period comes to an end…

At 11 p.m. on 31 December 2020, the Transition Period (during which the UK was effectively treated as still part of the EU) came to an end. In our previous article, "Social Security and Brexit: Where are we now?", we highlighted the risks faced by UK employers with employees working in the EU if no agreement on social security coordination was reached by that point. 

The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guides

Head of Incentives and Remuneration, Mahesh Varia, and Senior Associate, Claire Prentice, have contributed to the Legal 500 Country Comparative Guides. These guides set out a series of country-specific Q&As providing an overview of the employee incentives laws and regulations in each jurisdiction.

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