Episode 4 of the Regulation Tomorrow Podcast – out now

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The Regulation Tomorrow Podcast is back with Episode 4. Jonathan Herbst gives a quick update on Brexit before examining the short selling restrictions on GameStop in the US from a UK MAR perspective. We’re delighted to be joined by our first special guest, the Payment Systems Regulator’s General Counsel and Head of Enforcement and Competition, Carole Begent, who will be taking a look at the year ahead with Norton Rose Fulbright’s own payments expert, Albert Weatherill. We also hear from Joseph Williams from Washington DC, who takes a look at insider trading cases brought by the CTFC, and we are joined by tax specialist, Michael Alliston, who flags a tax regulation that may have gone under the radar of many a financial services business.

The Regulation Tomorrow Podcast is available to subscribe to and download on iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud. To listen to Episode 4, please click here.

 

This update also features as a post on our Financial services blog: Regulation Tomorrow.

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