The Linklaters Podcast
Asia Bitesize Antitrust Podcast 2022 // AFIG // Episode 1: Hong Kong SAR

Asia Bitesize Antitrust Podcast 2022 // AFIG // Episode 1: Hong Kong SAR

September 29, 2022

10 years after the adoption of the Competition Ordinance, we are witnessing an unprecedented surge of enforcement efforts by the Hong Kong Competition Commission. In this episode, our dispute resolution partner Andrew Chung joins Marcus Pollard and Kathleen Gooi to discuss the latest enforcement trends in Hong Kong and what they expect to come next. Our experts share their views on the most recent cases, including the HKCC’s commitments policy. Listen now and stay on top of what the city’s regulator has been eyeing and to ensure you are getting ahead of the compliance curve.

French insolvency law update // Restructuring & Insolvency

French insolvency law update // Restructuring & Insolvency

September 26, 2022

Episode 3: R&I Soundbites

In this podcast, our Paris-based Partner Carole Nerguararian and Associate Etienne Lupuyo provide a comprehensive overview of the recent legislative changes to French insolvency law, which transpose the European Directive on preventive restructuring frameworks. They discuss what these changes mean to different stakeholders and the key points to consider.

Latin America Developments // Business Crime & Investigations

Latin America Developments // Business Crime & Investigations

September 22, 2022

Episode 3: Latin America Developments

In our third episode, US Dispute Resolution Partner Doug Davison is joined by guest Geert Aalbers, Partner at Control Risks – a global specialist risk consultancy – to discuss the current business crime environment in Latin America.

The final rules – your implementation journey begins // FRG

The final rules – your implementation journey begins // FRG

September 22, 2022

Episode 7: The FCA’s proposed financial services consumer duty

The FCA has now published its final rules implementing a new Consumer Duty. In this podcast episode we highlight key changes from the draft rules and begin to explore what the implementation journey will look like across the spectrum of firms subject to the Duty.

This episode features Sara Cody (counsel) and Duncan Campbell (senior associate) from Linklaters’ Financial Regulation team in London. If you would like to discuss any aspect of the Consumer Duty or you would like to explore how we can help you navigate the implementation process, please contact Sara (Sara.Cody@linklaters.com), Duncan (Duncan.Campbell@linklaters.com) or any of your Linklaters contacts.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure:  Human rights disclosures and the link with due diligence // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure: Human rights disclosures and the link with due diligence // ESG

September 1, 2022

Episode 13: Human rights disclosures and the link with due diligence

In this podcast, James Marlow and Wahdana Bilal discuss due diligence in the context of human rights disclosures and the link between the two.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure: Human rights disclosures // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure: Human rights disclosures // ESG

September 1, 2022

Episode 12: Human rights disclosures

In this podcast, Sarah Martin and James Marlow discuss human rights disclosures and why there are different to other types of ESG disclosures.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure: TCFD requirements for asset managers in UK  // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure: TCFD requirements for asset managers in UK // ESG

September 1, 2022

Episode 11: TCFD requirements for asset managers in UK

In this podcast, Terry Yiangou and Elliot Jack discuss the TCFD disclosure requirements for asset managers in the UK.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure:  Lessons learnt from TCFD reporting by UK listed companies // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure: Lessons learnt from TCFD reporting by UK listed companies // ESG

August 25, 2022

Episode 10: Lessons learnt from TCFD reporting by UK listed companies

In this podcast, Kim Rybarczyk and Sara Feijao discuss some of the key lessons learnt from the first set of TCFD disclosures made by UK listed companies in 2022, including some of the key points raised by the FRC and FCA in their recent analysis of TCFD reporting.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure regimes in Asia // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure regimes in Asia // ESG

August 25, 2022

Episode 9: ESG disclosure regime in Asia

In this podcast, Gilly Hutchinson and Sara Feijao provide an overview of ESG disclosure regimes in Asia.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure regime in the EU // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure regime in the EU // ESG

August 25, 2022

Episode 8: ESG disclosure regime in the EU

In this podcast, Iyesogie Igiehon and Tom Cobbaert discuss the forthcoming requirements in the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure regimes in the UK // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosure regimes in the UK // ESG

August 25, 2022

Episode 7: ESG disclosure regimes in the UK

In this podcast, Aileen Buchanan and Claire Rogers discuss ESG disclosure regimes in the UK, including existing TCFD reporting requirements under the Listing Rules and Companies Act and the forthcoming SDR regime.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG Disclosure: ESG changes to MiFID II product governance regime // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG Disclosure: ESG changes to MiFID II product governance regime // ESG

August 19, 2022

Episode 6: ESG changes to MiFID II regime 

In this podcast, Terry Yiangou and Elliot Jack discuss the incoming ESG-related changes to the MiFID II product governance regime and what firms should be doing to prepare.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG Disclosure: EU SFDR Level 2: loose ends // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG Disclosure: EU SFDR Level 2: loose ends // ESG

August 19, 2022

Episode 5: EU SFDR Level 2: loose ends

In this podcast, Terry Yiangou and Clare Wiles discuss the final SFDR Level 2 technical standards ahead of the 1 January 2023 application date, and the proposals for further amendments in relation to these standards.

Hidden trends in the FCA’s latest Interventions and Enforcement reporting // Contentious Regulation

Hidden trends in the FCA’s latest Interventions and Enforcement reporting // Contentious Regulation

August 17, 2022

Episode 2: Hidden trends in the FCA’s latest Interventions and Enforcement reporting

The FCA has published its 2022 annual report with statistics on its Interventions and Enforcement work.  In this podcast episode we reveal some hidden trends and themes these numbers that aren't as clear from the charts and tables that the FCA produced itself.  This can forewarn firms of the FCA's directions of travel and enable firms to take targeted action to mitigate relevant risks.

This episode features Sara Cody (counsel) and Duncan Campbell (senior associate) from Linklaters' Financial Regulation team in London.

Here is a pack of data visualisations of the reporting discussed in this episode.

And here is our previous publication and podcast episode on enforcement trends for 2022.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosures: greenwashing // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosures: greenwashing // ESG

August 11, 2022

Episode 4: greenwashing

In this podcast, Sarah Martin and Rebecca Burton discuss greenwashing – what it means, some recent examples and practical tips on how to avoid the pitfalls.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosures: key drivers for ESG disclosure regimes // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosures: key drivers for ESG disclosure regimes // ESG

August 11, 2022

Episode 3: key drivers for ESG disclosure regimes

In this podcast, Sara Feijao, Julia Voskoboinikova and Gilly Hutchinson (ESG knowledges lawyers in London, EU and Asia) discuss the key drivers behind the current flurry of climate and sustainability disclosure regimes across the globe.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosures: UK climate transition plans // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG disclosures: UK climate transition plans // ESG

August 2, 2022

Episode 2: UK climate transition plans

In this podcast, Vanessa Havard-Williams and Dearbhla Cantwell discuss the forthcoming obligation to publish a climate transition plan in the UK under the Sustainability Disclosure Requirements (SDR) regime which is currently being developed by the UK government.

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG Disclosures: ESG governance // ESG

ESG Summer School 2022 - ESG Disclosures: ESG governance // ESG

August 2, 2022

Episode 1: ESG governance

In this podcast, Rachel Barrett and Jon Tan discuss the key components of good ESG governance, from board oversight to implementation within the business.

‘The Summer Special’ - Being artful // Business Skills

‘The Summer Special’ - Being artful // Business Skills

August 2, 2022

Episode 7: The Linklaters Ideas Foundry

Susannah Tresilian, Caitlin Shannon and Ian Rodwell 

What can our organisations learn from the creative worlds of stage, screen and radio? It’s the key question we discuss in our first Ideas Foundry ‘Summer Special’ where we’re joined not by one guest but two — Susannah Tresilian and Caitlin Shannon from The Leadership Collective. Combining coaching and leadership consultancy with acting, radio production for the BBC, screenwriting and stage direction, Susannah and Caitlin share insights on how skills normally associated with the Arts can make a difference to every organisation. So, if you have an interest in managing pressure, retaining authenticity, nurturing ideas, and developing colleagues with poise and compassion, then sit back (or go for a walk!) and listen. Beach not provided…

We like to tranche it – with Adelaide // DSP

We like to tranche it – with Adelaide // DSP

July 25, 2022

Episode 7: Tranche Up

In the seventh episode of Tranche Up, we welcome Adelaide Morphett from Newmarket Capital to the podcast. Join us to hear about ESG and impact investing in the synthetic securitisations space and incentivising positive real world results.

Visionary Voices #7 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #7 // Diversity

July 21, 2022

Episode 7: Visionary Voices

In episode seven, we hear from our banking partner, and multiple D&I award winner, Reem Al Sayegh, who talks about the importance of having a ‘yes mindset’ when women initiate conversations about returning to work from maternity leave. Mum, daughter, employer, coach – there are multiple hats that women wear every day, together with the various emotions that accompany them. Reem shares that feeling fearful is one of the many emotions that can take over – her advice: “Embrace it and you will fly”.

Visionary Voices #6 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #6 // Diversity

July 18, 2022

Episode 6: Visionary Voices

In episode six, our capital markets counsel Dalia Nammari, discusses the importance of creating a workplace where individuals not only feel welcome, but respected, heard, seen and valued. Reflecting upon the challenges, victories and defeats she has encountered to achieve success in her field of expertise, Dalia gives advice to women in marginalised communities and minorities on how to call out the bias, so that antibias becomes the ‘new normal’ and not something organisations need to train employees on. 

The lawyer, the coach and the big decision! // Business Skills

The lawyer, the coach and the big decision! // Business Skills

July 4, 2022

Episode 6: The Linklaters Ideas Foundry

Elodie Michaud (founder of Dare&Grow) and Ian Rodwell

Many of us try to bring a bit of coaching ‘magic’ into our day-to-day leadership practice. But what happens if you love coaching so much, you want to devote your life to it? In this episode, Ian talks with Elodie Michaud, a former lawyer in the Linklaters Luxembourg office who now runs her own coaching business. We discuss Elodie’s first steps into coaching, the extent to which lawyers make great coaches (or not…) and how she coached herself through a life-changing decision. So if you are keen to learn more about the art of coaching — or perhaps you are contemplating your own career move? — then Elodie’s story will no doubt both instruct and inspire.

Key sources for this episode include:

  • Alison Temperley – Inside knowledge
  • John Whitmore – Coaching for performance
  • Dave Stachowiak – Coaching for leaders (podcast)
June 2022 - Consumer Duty for payments // Fintech

June 2022 - Consumer Duty for payments // Fintech

July 1, 2022

Episode 25: Consumer Duty for payments

The FCA plans to raise the bar for how firms deal with retail customers. Jean Price, Arjun Lakhani and Simon Treacy work through the different aspects of the FCA’s Consumer Duty and what payments firms should be doing to prepare for it.

Implementing Change at the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) // Foreign Investment

Implementing Change at the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) // Foreign Investment

June 28, 2022

Episode 4: Global Foreign Investment Podcast Series

Since 1988, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has been a leader in conducting national security-focused reviews of inbound foreign investments. In 2018, the scope and process of CFIUS reviews changed dramatically with the enactment of the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA), the first change to the law governing CFIUS since 2007.

In the fifth podcast in our series with the leaders implementing foreign investment review processes around the world, Jonathan Gafni, head of Linklaters US Foreign Investment practice in Washington and former member of CFIUS, welcomes Thomas Feddo, founder and principal of Rubicon Advisors. Previously, as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Investment Security, Mr. Feddo led CFIUS during its implementation of FIRRMA.

Topics discussed during the podcast include:

  • The effectiveness of FIRRMA in meeting CFIUS’s substantive and administrative objectives
  • Hurdles encountered during the development of the regulations implementing FIRRMA
  • Challenges facing Paul Rosen, Mr. Feddo’s recently confirmed successor as Assistant Secretary for Investment Security
  • Proposed U.S. legislation to create a “reverse CFIUS” reviewing national security implications of outbound U.S. investments
  • The interplay between sanctions regimes and CFIUS
We like to tranche it  - Holger // DSP

We like to tranche it - Holger // DSP

June 27, 2022

Episode 6 

Speakers: Leanne BanfieldRuhi Patil and Holger Beyer

In the sixth episode of Tranche Up, we welcome Holger Beyer from Alantra to the podcast. Join us to hear about tips and relevant considerations for first time issuers in the synthetics securitisations space.

Germany and France Developments // Business Crime & Investigations

Germany and France Developments // Business Crime & Investigations

June 20, 2022

Episode 2: Germany and France Developments

In our second episode, Doug Davison, Kerstin Wilhelm and Eléonore Hannezo explore the most important issues involving business crime currently across Germany, France and the EU in general.

Insights and top tips for French foreign investment proceedings from the French Ministry for the Economy // Foreign Investment

Insights and top tips for French foreign investment proceedings from the French Ministry for the Economy // Foreign Investment

June 13, 2022

Episode 4: Global Foreign Investment Podcast Series

In the past decade, the number of sectors subject to foreign investment control in France has consistently increased, along with the severity of sanctions. This has led to a steady growth of cases reviewed by the Ministry for the Economy, with a new record set in 2021.

In the fourth podcast in our series with global FI regulators, Pierre Guillot, partner at our Energies and Infrastructures Group in Paris, welcomes Marie-Anne Lavergne, Head of the Office in charge of Foreign Investments control at the French Treasury Department of the Ministry in charge of the Economy and Clémence Largé, Deputy to the Head of Office, to discuss recent changes, procedural questions and perspectives.

 

Topics covered include:

  • Recent developments of the foreign investment regulation
  • Interaction with the EU screening mechanism
  • Enforcement rules for foreign investment control
  • Perspectives on future changes, including possible guidelines
Getting creative — thinking off the leash // Business Skills

Getting creative — thinking off the leash // Business Skills

May 26, 2022

Episode 4: The Linklaters Ideas Foundry

Ali McBurney and Ian Rodwell

Do you ever think that you’re not just creative enough? That being creative is a skill that only a few are blessed with? If so, join us as we debunk a few myths. In this episode, we discuss how creativity is for everyone — whatever your job or role. If you can find ways to do things better, faster and more elegantly, then you’re being creative. We’ll explore what stops us being creative (and how we can sidestep those barriers), look at ways to spark our thinking and explain why thinking like a tortoise may not be such a bad thing.

Key sources for this episode include:

Out of office // Business Skills

Out of office // Business Skills

May 24, 2022

Episode 5: The Linklaters Ideas Foundry

David Pearl (an innovator in business, the arts & social change and the founder of Street Wisdom) and Ian Rodwell

Hybrid, agile, blended — new and exciting ways of working have proliferated over the last two years. And this change has gone hand-in-hand with fevered discussions about the future of the office and how best we connect, communicate and create. In this chat with the ever-fascinating David Pearl, we explore the fate of the humble meeting, ways to create connections at a distance — and how walking away from the screen and into the world outside can spark inspiration and life-changing ideas.

Key sources for this episode include:

  • David Pearl – Wanderful and Will there be donuts?
  • Street Wisdom
Visionary Voices #5 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #5 // Diversity

May 24, 2022

Episode 5: Visionary Voices

In episode five, corporate managing associate Patrick Sutton-Mattocks speaks with Pia Stucke senior legal counsel at DP World. Pia shared her experience returning to work after becoming a mother and noticing the shift in people’s perceptions, and how it differed across regions. She also talks about the importance of seeking a mentor and ally, and sometimes, how the best allies can come from unlikely places.

Reporting on D&I // Employment & Incentives

Reporting on D&I // Employment & Incentives

May 23, 2022

Episode 8: The Diversity Faculty

Our feature-length 20 minute podcast discussing the reporting obligations of companies on diversity and inclusion in detail: from the evolution of diversity reporting, to the hard law requirements and regulations, the rationale behind diversity reporting and the power of the narrative and importance of qualitative data.

Laurie Ollivent, Daniel Danso, Neha Rao, Simon Kerr-Davis

How does D&I fit into ESG // Employment & Incentives

How does D&I fit into ESG // Employment & Incentives

May 23, 2022

Episode 7: The Diversity Faculty

Whilst diversity and inclusion are often categorised as falling within the “social” limb of ESG, what is important is that D&I is an important part of ESG whatever limb it falls under.  How does D&I fit into ESG and what are the expectations for companies and business leaders in this respect?

Laurie Ollivent, Daniel Danso, Neha Rao, Simon Kerr-Davis

Accountability // Employment & Incentives

Accountability // Employment & Incentives

May 23, 2022

Episode 6: The Diversity Faculty

How can business leaders and employees be accountable and responsible for diversity and inclusion within their business? How is accountability evolving?

Laurie Ollivent, Daniel Danso, Neha Rao, Simon Kerr-Davis

We like to tranche it – with David // DSP

We like to tranche it – with David // DSP

May 23, 2022

Episode 5: Tranche Up

In the fifth episode of Tranche Up, we welcome David Saunders from the Santander Corporate & Investment Banking to the podcast. Join us to hear about the proposed implementation of the Basel IV output floor and its impact on SRT transactions.

US and UK Developments // Business Crime & Investigations

US and UK Developments // Business Crime & Investigations

May 19, 2022

Episode 1: US and UK Developments

Doug Davison, Richard Smith, Alison Saunders and Adam Lurie identify the most important issues in business crime enforcement in the US and the UK at the moment.

Visionary Voices #4 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #4 // Diversity

May 11, 2022

Episode 4: Visionary Voices

In episode four, Brooke Lindsay, acting general counsel at e& (formerly known as Etisalat), speaks about championing women in the workplace. Brooke talks to corporate managing associate Claire Neil, through her journey of challenging gender bias and creating diverse teams, and shares her perspective on whether women can “have it all” in both their professional and personal lives.

April 2022 - Becoming authorised // Fintech

April 2022 - Becoming authorised // Fintech

May 3, 2022

Episode 24: Payments Monthly 

Before you can start a regulated business, you need a licence. Jean Price, Olivia Murphy and Simon Treacy talk us through this first step in the life of a payments firm: applying to the FCA for authorisation.

Restitution in financial services // Contentious Regulatory

Restitution in financial services // Contentious Regulatory

April 25, 2022

Episode 11: Non-financial misconduct and whistleblowing

In this podcast episode we discuss the FCA’s evolving use of its powers to require firms to pay redress to customers. This episode features Alison Wilson, Linklaters’ Global Head of Dispute Resolution and a member of our contentious regulatory partner team in London and Sara Cody, counsel in Linklaters’ Financial Regulation practice.

Visionary Voices #3 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #3 // Diversity

April 13, 2022

Episode 3: Visionary Voices

In episode three, we hear from another successful woman, Afshan Akhtar. She is a chief legal counsel at Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), and a passionate advocate to bring wider societal change in her #BreakingTheBias journey. Afshan shares how she encountered age and gender bias and how she overcame them by strengthening relationships. She also emphasises the importance of mentorship and forming allies.

We like to tranche it – with Alessandro // DSP

We like to tranche it – with Alessandro // DSP

April 11, 2022

Episode 4: Tranche Up

Speakers: Leanne BanfieldRuhi Patil and Alessandro Garelli

In the fourth episode of Tranche Up, Leanne Banfield and Ruhi Patil welcome Alessandro Garelli from the European Investment Fund (EIF) to the podcast. Join us to hear about the EIF’s mission and what makes the EIF a big player in the synthetic securitisations space.

Go slow to go fast — leading in complexity and change // Business Skills

Go slow to go fast — leading in complexity and change // Business Skills

March 24, 2022

Episode 3: The Linklaters Ideas Foundry

Dr Sharon Varney and Ian Rodwell

We often say we live in a ‘complex’ world. But what does that really mean — and how can an understanding of the intriguing world of complexity theory help you lead and perform in a world where change is the only constant? In this episode with Dr Sharon Varney (author of Leadership in complexity and change), we unpack what complexity is (and isn’t), share some practical advice on thriving in a complex world and reveal why, strange though it sounds, going slow can really help you go fast…Curious to learn more? Then take a listen.

Key sources for this episode include:

 

Visionary Voices #2 - Part 2 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #2 - Part 2 // Diversity

March 23, 2022

Episode 2A: Visionary Voices

In part two of  episode two, energy and infrastructure associate Deepika Sriram continues her conversation with Swati Mandava, senior vice president of legal and regulatory at Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Swati encourages women to put themselves first and advocates for limited gendered language to achieve an inclusive workplace.

March 2022 - Trust in payments // Fintech

March 2022 - Trust in payments // Fintech

March 21, 2022

Episode 23: Payments Monthly

The FCA’s interpretation of e-money safeguarding rules has been dismissed by the courts. Harry Eddis, Frances Hodgkins and Simon Treacy consider what the ipagoo decision means for payments firms.

Visionary Voices #2 - Part 1 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #2 - Part 1 // Diversity

March 21, 2022

Episode 2 - Part 1: Visionary Voices

In part one of the second episode, energy and infrastructure associate Deepika Sriram speaks to Swati Mandava, senior vice president of legal and regulatory at Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Swati shares her experience of working in different jurisdictions, as well as reflects on how specific character traits of women are perceived differently to men and a collective responsibility to question when we spot biases.

We like to tranche it – with Olivier // DSP

We like to tranche it – with Olivier // DSP

March 21, 2022

Episode 3: Tranche Up

Speakers: Leanne Banfield, Ruhi Patil, Olivier Renault

In the third episode of Tranche Up, we welcome Olivier Renault from Pemberton Asset Management to the podcast. Join us to hear about Olivier’s new role, his take on the development of the SRT market and a snapshot of what features make up a good synthetic securitisation.

Financial services enforcement trends 2022 // Contentious Regulatory

Financial services enforcement trends 2022 // Contentious Regulatory

March 15, 2022

Episode 1: Financial services enforcement trends 2022

In this podcast episode we highlight our top five financial services enforcement trends for 2022.  

This episode features counsel Sara Cody and managing associate Duncan Campbell of Linklaters' London Financial Regulation team.

For more details, see our full publication on financial services enforcement trends for 2022, and visit our dedicated webpage with all our resources on the FCA's proposed Consumer Duty.

Visionary Voices #1 // Diversity

Visionary Voices #1 // Diversity

March 9, 2022

Episode 1: Visionary Voices

In this introductory episode, energy and infrastructure associate, Deepika Sriram speaks with Sameera Kimatrai. Sameera shares her career journey into the world of FinTech and corporate life, whilst juggling her duties as a mother to three young girls. She is a Linklaters alumna and senior legal counsel and global head of licensing for a licensed and trusted crypto asset exchange start-up in the Middle East called Rain.

Insights and top tips from the German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action // Foreign Investment

Insights and top tips from the German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action // Foreign Investment

March 7, 2022

Episode 3: Global Foreign Investment Podcast Series

In our third podcast Christoph Barth, partner at our Antitrust and Foreign Investment Group in Dusseldorf, welcomes Florentine Kessler-Grobe, Head of Unit for Foreign Investment Screening of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (“MoE”). Together they discuss recent trends, procedural questions and top tips for investors following a record year for German foreign investment control.

Topics covered include:

  • Procedural questions and organisation of the MoE’s review process, including the engagement with the EU Screening mechanism
  • The likelihood to end-up in an in-depth review and the reasons to open in-depths proceedings
  • The interpretation of the newly introduced threshold of atypical control
  • The most seen “customers” seen by the MoE in 2021 by industry sector and outlook for 2022
  • Top tips from the MoE to navigate through foreign investment cases
Being anti-racist at work // Diversity

Being anti-racist at work // Diversity

March 4, 2022

Episode 2: Diversity Talks

With Bank of America

Moderator Alice Eady Ketchell (Associate General Counsel, Bank of America) talks to our own Doug Davison (Partner, Dispute Resolution), Richard Smith (Partner, Dispute Resolution) and Tina Green (Director, Bank of America) about the importance and impact of being anti-racist in the workplace. This conversation covers the difference between ‘not being racist’ and being ‘anti-racist’ and the steps we can all take to create an inclusive culture.

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