Banking and finance

Authorised push payment fraud: who pays?

Following her appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Moneybox, Nikki Worden discusses the growing issue of authorised push payment scams, what the regulators are doing to tackle it, and what that...

Written on 1 Dec 2017

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Consumer finance: What’s on the regulatory agenda for businesses?

Some might say that we are in the middle of a “perfect storm” when it comes to shaking up consumer finance: we have had a long period of persistently low...

Written on 29 Nov 2017

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Co-branded financial services: the opportunities and regulatory implications

Whilst new technology is creating exciting new ways of delivering financial services to customers, how to successfully take advantage of new digital marketing opportunities in order to capture new customers...

Written on 22 Nov 2017

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LIBOR: end of an era?

On 27 July 2017, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced that it would encourage a phase out and replacement of LIBOR by 2021 and will cease to use its powers...

Written on 13 Nov 2017

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Financial Ombudsman Service decisions are not subject to appeal but only judicial review

Following a novel application, the Commercial Court has unsurprisingly determined that a FOS award is not an arbitral award and is not therefore subject to appeal under the Arbitration Act...

Written on 25 Oct 2017

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Funds Update | October 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of Osborne Clarke’s Funds Update. We hope that you find it interesting. If you would like to discuss any of the content, or have a...

Written on 16 Oct 2017

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