Regulatory reform

Regulatory reform


Although the UK is already widely regarded as an open and business-friendly economy, the UK Government is keen to build on that reputation, particularly following Brexit. Meanwhile, regulatory developments in the EU and elsewhere continue to have an impact on cross-border business activities. This page brings together all our latest materials on regulatory reform across all the areas on which we advise.  Use the search facility below to filter by reference to your areas of interest.

Note: this page is not intended to provide an exhaustive list of developments relating to regulatory reform.

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Looking to the Future: the new Financial Services and Markets Bill

The UK Government has published its much anticipated Financial Services and Markets Bill (the Bill),  previously touted by the former Chancellor as "Big Bang 2.0". The Bill as introduced may or may not be that, but it certainly includes a large number of substantial measures that will effect a major overhaul of the UK's regulatory framework for financial services. 

10 frequently-asked-questions about the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 and the Register of Overseas Entities

Since the Government introduced the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 (the "Act") in March this year, there has been uncertainty as to how overseas entities (or those who deal with them) should prepare for the introduction of the new Overseas Entities Register (the "Register").  Some of those questions have now been answered, as we explain below.

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