FS weekly highlights—30 July 2020

FS weekly highlights—30 July 2020

In this issue



Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Brexit news
UK, EU and international regulators and bodies
Prudential requirements
Financial stability, recovery and resolution
Risk management and controls
Financial crime
Consumer protection
Investigations, enforcement and discipline
Dispute resolution for financial services lawyers
Regulation of benchmarks and IBOR reform
Regulation of capital markets
Regulation of derivatives
Banks and mutuals
Consumer credit, mortgage and home finance
Regulation of insurance
Business interruption insurance test case
Payment services and systems
Fintech and cryptoassets
Sustainable finance
Dates for your diary


Coronavirus (COVID-19)

For further information on the effects of COVID-19 on financial services, see: Coronavirus (COVID-19)—key developments for financial services lawyers and  Coronavirus (COVID-19)—key financial services issues.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)—EBA issues guidelines on SREP flexibility

The European Banking Authority (EBA) published guidelines that make available to competent authorities a special procedure for the supervisory review and evaluation process (SREP) for the year 2020. The new guidelines identify how flexibility and pragmatism could be exercised in relation to the SREP framework in the context of the pandemic.

Source: EBA publishes guidelines on a

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About the author:
Prior to joining LexisNexis in 2016 as a paralegal, Lauren was an adjudicator at the Financial Ombudsman Service. There she resolved consumers’ complaints, and gained knowledge about a wide variety of financial products. Before this she studied Law at Nottingham Trent University.