The Linklaters Podcast

The Linklaters Podcast

Linklaters is a leading global law firm, supporting and investing in the future of our clients wherever they do business. We combine legal expertise with a collaborative and innovative approach to help clients navigate constantly evolving markets and regulatory environments, pursuing opportunities and managing risk worldwide. Disclaimer: Podcasts are not legal advice and the views expressed in this podcast are not the views of Linklaters LLP.


June 7, 2024 21 mins
Episode 17: Key considerations when preparing your Consumer Duty Board report

Investment Association (IA) Consumer Duty Lead Mandeep Bhandal joins Duncan Campbell and Oliver Palmer (Financial Regulation group, Linklaters) to discuss key considerations and industry insights in preparation of the Consumer Duty Annual Board Report, as we head towards the 31 July deadline.  For more Consumer Duty insights visit Linklaters' Consumer Dut...

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Episode 7: EU Green Bond Regulation

In this episode, counsel Catherine Wade and managing associate Erin McKeown discuss three aspects of the EU green bond label, including linkage with the Prospectus Regulation, the liability regime for EuGB issuers and preparing for taxonomy alignment.

Explore more insights into the EU Green Bond Regulation on our newly launched EU Green Bond Regulation Hub.

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April 25, 2024 9 mins
Episode 3: PanDORA’s box

Jimi Piggott-Bader, Bas Jennen and Leonard van den Ende summarise the DORA rules for reporting incidents and significant cyber threats.

Leonard van den Ende: “DORA now prescribes that you have specific processes for identifying, tracking and logging ICT-related incidents.”

To download a copy of the guide, visit our website.

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April 25, 2024 9 mins
Episode 2: PanDORA’s box

Jimi Piggott-Bader, Bas Jennen and Leonard van den Ende explore a key record-keeping requirement under DORA: the register of information.

Bas Jennen: “Meeting the requirements for the DORA register brings out many important questions under DORA which we’ve been advising clients on.”

To listen to all episodes in this series, visit our website.


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Episode 3: Credit Where It's Due

In the third episode of Credit Where It’s Due, Leanne Banfield and Christy Tsui welcomed Dorian Meric from MUFG Securities to the vodcast where they discussed the roles of banks in credit wrapped transactions, current trends in the market and challenges throughout a transaction’s lifespan. In Ash’s Newsflash, Ashley Rowlands discussed ISDA’s independent review of the Credit Derivatives Determination...

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Episode 12: Crypto Facto with Josh Klayman

In this episode of Crypto Facto, Josh Klayman, Linklaters’ Head of U.S. Head of Fintech and Head of Blockchain & Digital Assets, is joined by Jeff Cohen, Partner in Linklaters’ New York Capital Markets practice. Josh and Jeff discuss how 2024 is shaping-up to be a big year for digital assets. Following the hard-fought approval of a spot Bitcoin ETF, Bitcoin has reached new all-time hig...

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Episode 33: Payments Monthly

Upcoming rule changes will give payment providers more time to investigate fraud. Firms also face more red tape when closing customer accounts. Jean Price and Arjun Lakhani sum up these changes and what payment firms can expect next under the UK’s smarter regulatory framework.

Listen to all episodes on our Payments podcast webpage.

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Episode 11: Global environmental crime and money laundering risk

In this eleventh episode, James Bowen and Jasmine Olomolaiye are joined by guest speaker Jamas Hodivala KC of Matrix chambers to discuss environmental crime and money laundering risk arising from overseas' conduct. For UK companies, this is often an underappreciated area of risk but it is one which will only become more salient with increasing focus on the "E" of ESG.


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Episode 32: Payments Monthly

Our payments podcast returns with an update on the EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act. In this episode, Andreas van Impe explains what payment firms should focus on to meet the DORA deadline.

Listen to all episodes on our Payments podcast webpage.

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Episode 5: WINS: Women IN Sports

In episode five of WINS, Angela (Ane) Redmond Debro, Associate General Counsel of Athletics at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), joins Georgina King and Lillian Childress, associates in Linklaters’ Litigation, Arbitration and Investigations practice, for a conversation about sports law in U.S. higher education, including Name, Image and Likeness (NIL)’s impact on women’s sports so far and re...

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February 19, 2024 12 mins
Episode 1: PanDORA’s box

Jimi Piggott-Bader, Gonzalo Diaz and Simon Treacy introduce DORA: what it does, who is affected and what rules are still under development.

Gonzalo Diaz: “DORA aims to address a patchwork of obligations scattered among various legislation and harmonise digital operational resilience rules across the EU financial sector.”

To listen to all episodes in this series, visit our website.

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Antitrust & Foreign Investment Legal Outlook 2024 - A broader approach to competition

As 2024 draws near, undercurrents of economic and political pressure will continue to shape - and increase - competition regulation.

In our Antitrust and Foreign Investment Legal Outlook 2024, we explore the key global trends across antitrust enforcement, foreign investment screening, merger control review and more, with practical calls to act...

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Episode 3: Countdown to IFPR and the new pay rules

The pay out process rules, some pitfalls with the non-cash instruments, the de minimis exemption and with MRTs; differences between the IFPR and IFD pay rules, and a useful checklist of things to consider and the documents you need to comply with the MIFIDPRU pay rules for performance periods from 1 January 2022.

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Episode 5: Investigations Insights

In this episode, Rachel Metcalf and Claire Macdonald speak to Will Crawford and Philip Kaye, founders of Argyll Strategy, to demystify the use of open source and human intelligence in investigations.

Listen to all episodes on our website.

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Episode 1

Speaker: Marie Sinniger

In this episode I’m going to focus on the upcoming Luxembourg elections for staff representatives to be held on 12th March 2024. What can you do to ensure everything runs smoothly? Have you identified those employees who are eligible to vote, and those who are not? With another busy year ahead for HR and employment professionals, I’m here to guide you through the elections process, step-by step. By...

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Episode 6: The Current State of Data Protection in Asia

A market wrap on our data protection podcast series which offers a whistle-stop tour at the evolving data privacy landscape in Southeast Asia. Our partner, Alex Roberts, and Head of Data Privacy Legal APAC at Barclays, Sarina Keung, discuss how legal and compliance tea...

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Episode 8: R&I Soundbites

In our latest podcast, our partners Rebecca Jarvis and Nick Le Masurier discuss the recent Adler Court of Appeal Judgment, and what it means for future restructurings.

To watch all episodes in R&I Soundbites, visit our website.

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Episode 4: Leading Questions

Episode 4 provides a deeper dive into Compulsory Mediation and the recent Court of Appeal case Churchill -v- Merthyr Tydfil [2023] EWCA Civ 1416.  We provide our thoughts on the issues and key practical takeaways for those managing litigation in the UK. 

To listen to all episodes in this series, visit our Leading Questions webpage.

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Episode 5: The Current State of Data Protection in Asia

After two years of public consultations and amendments since its’ initial publication, the KSA Personal Data Protection Law was finally approved on 14 September 2023. Pending its’ formal effective date, organisations are currently bracing for full enforcement of the la...

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Episode 3: The use of WhatsApp messages at work. 

In this episode, Sinead Casey is asked a series of questions about the use of WhatsApp messages at work, including: why this is an increasing issue for employers in the context of workplace investigations and disclosure; if an employer has a right to access and rely on such messages; whether it makes a difference if the messages are held on a personal or work device; the litigation ...

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