The Verrier Prohibition Managing Regulatory Risk in High Court Proceedings – 11 KBW

Posted June 7th, 2012 in financial regulation, news by sally

“The regulatory risk inherent in High Court proceedings has always (rightly) been firmly on the radar of all litigators in financial services sector. For clients in this sector – be they Lloyds brokers, IDBs, or investment banks – any litigation which impugns their integrity or that of their executives may prove toxic. Fortunately it is relatively rare that these regulatory risks eventuate. This may be the result of careful strategic management, a (fortuitous) lack of regulatory interest, or because the FSA disposes of the concerns with a private warning.”

Full story (PDF)

11 KBW, 1st June 2012