Consumer Products & Retail Finance


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  • Publishers and operators of mobile health and well being apps: French competition authority and other authorities in Europe are watching you


    Submitted: 01 March 2018

    The rise of Information Technologies and Telecommunications and particularly the Internet of Things allows the implementation of connected tools and services.

  • Liability management of fixed income products


    Submitted: 25 October 2017

    This session covers tender offers, consent solicitation, exchange offers and open market repurchase, liability management in the issuance of debt capital markets products including equity linked products and legal considerations and exchange requirements.

  • Autumn Legal Business Update 2017 Restricted access


    Last Reviewed: 24 October 2017 / Submitted: 22 September 2017

    Learn about a broad range of topical issues relevant to financial institutions, asset managers and investment funds, from lawyers across many disciplines.

  • Retail Finance Update Restricted access


    Last Reviewed: 24 October 2017 / Submitted: 11 October 2017

    Change continues apace for retail finance, driven by innovation and regulation. We look at the latest themes and trends emerging from firms and the regulator, and also consider recent judgments from the courts.

  • Getting the Deal Through: FinTech 2018


    Submitted: 27 September 2017

    FinTech 2018 answers the key legal and regulatory questions that arise for FinTech businesses across 23 jurisdictions.

  • Brexit


    Last Reviewed: 09 August 2017 / Submitted: 16 June 2016

    The legal consequences of the UK exiting from the EU: what should businesses be considering?

  • La Cour de cassation affirme le caractère d’ordre public du régime de la responsabilité du fait des produits défectueux


    Submitted: 02 August 2017

    ​Par une décision rendue le 07 juillet 2017, la Chambre Mixte de la Cour de Cassation a retenu que les dispositions relatives à la responsabilité du fait des produits défectueux (issues de la directive 85/374/CEE du 25 juillet 1985 et transposées en droit national sous les articles 1245-1 et suivants du Code Civil), sont des règles d’ordre public, dont le juge doit faire application nonobstant le fondement visé par la partie demanderesse, dès lors que l’action en responsabilité se fonde, même implicitement, sur un défaut du produit concerné.

  • MAS Annual Report 2016/2017


    Submitted: 30 June 2017

    Set out below are certain key highlights and extracts from the MAS Chairman’s Statement.

  • Public consultation on regulating robo-advisers Restricted access


    Submitted: 12 June 2017

    An overview of the proposals from the Monetary Authority of Singapore to facilitate the provision of digital advisory services in Singapore.

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