Regulatory Outlook

To help you keep up to date with the regulatory changes in the areas that affect you, we produce the Regulatory Outlook, drawing on the expertise of over 40 lawyers in Osborne Clarke’s Regulatory Group.

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Blockchain is emerging as a candidate for one of the major disruptive technologies of our time, with the potential to transform a huge number of industry sectors in the near future. While...

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General Data Protection Regulation

To help you prepare for the GDPR, we explain the new legal requirements and share best practices for your GDPR compliance project.

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EU’s Digital Single Market

The EU’s Digital Single Market Strategy: implications for your business.

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PSC Register

The new register of people with significant control over a company: transparency in the UK.

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PSD2: The Second Payment Services Directive

Explore PSD2 and how it will affect businesses in the payments industry.

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Ending exploitation and false self-employment in the gig economy | New UK report and draft Bill published today affecting all suppliers and users of contingent workers

In the UK the spotlight is again on the gig economy with a joint report – ‘A Framework for Modern Employment’ – and draft Bill published by the Work and...

Written on 20 Nov 2017

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Payments Law Update | November 2017

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

Written on 14 Nov 2017

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Immigration Act – status checks for bank account customers

Background From December 2014, the Immigration Act 2014 (IA) prohibited banks and buildings societies from opening a new current account for people who are in the UK but do not...

Written on 14 Nov 2017

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