Professionalism conference: The Global Professional Firm and Employed Professionals

Sam Howitz: Globes
Join us on 12th April 2017 as we explore the future of professional practice in the world of the global professional firm and the employed professionals who work in their transnational practices.

CLMR Practitioners' Forum 2017

The CLMR Practitioners' Forum will provide high quality analysis of recent legal, regulatory and policy developments in company law, fiduciary duties, banking, fin-tech, company administration an

Regulating the Revolution – Rethinking the Regulation of Digital Financial Services

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The way Digital Financial Services (DFS) are currently regulated has limited the opportunities for the deepening of financial inclusion, and has suggested an urgent need to reconceptualize current regulatory frameworks and for a paradigm shift in regulatory approaches.