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Finance & Financial Services

We advise on all forms of secured and unsecured corporate borrowing and lending, acting for borrowers and lenders, including banks and alternative funders, together with connected issues such as derivatives.

Our practice also covers debt capital markets including Eurobonds and listings on various markets together with all regulatory aspects.

We have a particular specialism in the creation of alternative financing products which are suitable for pensions by way of debt securities.

We advise our clients who are both borrowers and lenders on appropriate finance structures together with providing general advice on day to day financial matters.

In conjunction with our Employment and Dispute Resolution colleagues, we also cover a broad range of financial services issues, including authorisation, financial promotion, hiring and firing approved persons, dealing with regulatory investigations and interpretation of applicable rules and statutes.

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Corporate partner Sam Pennington featured in The Times - Raconteur report - M&A and Exit Strategies today, quoted in relation to the growing use of insurance in Mergers & Acquisitions transactions.

The new 2018 QCA Corporate Governance Code for small & mid-size quoted companies

27 June 2018

The Quoted Companies Alliance, the independent membership organisation that champions the interests of small to mid-size quoted companies, has recently released its revised and updated QCA Corporate Governance Code 2018.

Lewis Silkin quoted in THE REVIEW, The Journal of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment

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Lewis Silkin has been quoted in THE REVIEW, The Journal of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.

Brands and IP newsnotes - issue 5

27 June 2017

Welcome to the 5th edition of our Brands & IP newsnotes put together to bring you the latest, and most interesting legal developments affecting intellectual property law. In this issue we cover; the potential pitfalls of social media, design by artificial intelligence, interesting trade mark applications and cases, an update on the UPC, and the importance of protecting trade secrets.

Equal Pay

02 March 2017

Equal pay law first developed in the UK in the 1970s after a campaign by trade unions and women’s groups. It is now a basic principle of European law that men and women who do equal work should receive equal pay. This principle is implemented in the UK today through the Equality Act 2010.

Gender pay gap reporting

02 March 2017

The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 (the “Regulations”) require employers to report on the gender pay gap in their organisation.

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