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We are one of the world's largest law firms, with significant depth and range of resources across five continents. Our experts discuss pressing issues and trends faced by the business world today in the Clifford Chance Podcast. The content of this podcast does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action.
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In this introductory episode, London Head of Private Equity Spencer Baylin and Private Equity Partner Shimin Lee speak with Anne-Laure Konopelski, Group Risk Director at EQT Partners about why active risk management is an increasing area of focus for PE house, why it's helpful to have a holistic / macro view of risks, what empowers Anne-Laure to be…
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In this episode of our PE Risks podcast series, knowledge director Katherine Ellis hosts a discussion with partner Violetta Kokolus and senior associate Herbert Swaniker on technological and legal developments in AI, data and cyber including the potential risks these changes create, they also discuss what Sponsors and their portfolio companies shou…
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In this episode of our PE Risks podcast series, associate Caitlin Hagart hosts a discussion with partners Sonia Gilbert and Paul Koppel focusing on an intrinsic part of a Sponsor's investment in a portfolio company, how to achieve alignment with the Management Team to achieve their plan for the business through management equity arrangements.…
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In this episode of our PE Risks podcast series, senior associate Victoria Ho hosts a discussion with partners Michael Lyons and Kelwin Nicholls on the ever present and increasingly complex challenge for Sponsors and their portfolio companies of managing bribery, money laundering and sanctions risks including creating strategies for them to monitor …
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In this episode of our PE Risks podcast series, associate Amelia Bennett hosts a discussion with partners Nick Kinnersley and Neil Cavanagh on how a portfolio company can ensure that it complies with the debt financing documents and touch on the current debt raising challenges and potential solutions for Sponsors.…
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In this episode, counsel Lauren Harris hosts a discussion with partner Stavroula Vryna and senior associate Jonathan Blondeel on the new antitrust, foreign direct investment and foreign subsidies developments along with competition law developments in employment and technology and how these affect Sponsors and their investment in portfolio companie…
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Tune in for a discussion among Clifford Chance partners Neil Evans, Matt Dunn and Melissa Coakley about hybrid capital solutions, in particular preferred equity and Holdco debt, and what is driving their popularity among issuers and investors.
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In the fifth and final episode, Sachin Trikha and Harriet Martin discuss whether it really matters if you chose courts or arbitration to resolve your disputes. What impact might the choice have on your confidential information? How about enforceability? Do you like the sound of picking your decision-makers? These real-life issues can have a profoun…
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Boika Deleva (Senior Associate), Fanny Palmieri (Head of ESES Legal Team, Euroclear), Bart Garré (Head of Innovation Centre of Excellence, Euroclear Legal) and Alex Tollast (Counsel) discuss the new, innovative D-FMI Platform, launched by Euroclear.
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Kristian Maley, Marcella Stokell and Robert Tang discuss pressing issues and trends faced by the business world today. This is the second episode in our Construction Law Conversations series on Energy Transition projects in Asia Pacific, focusing on common risks on wind projects, and practical tips on how those risks can be mitigated.…
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In the fifth episode of our Construction Law Conversations series, Kristian Maley, Marcella Stokell and Tom Capel discuss pressing issues and trends faced by the business world today. We focus on Energy Transition projects in Asia Pacific, particularly those related to wind projects.
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Tokyo Partner Michihiro Nishi speaks to David Mitchell from 39 Essex Chambers about the current thinking of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) regulations in Japan and the future of legal disputes in Japan surrounding generative AI.This podcast has been republished with the permission of 39 Essex Chambers.…
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In this edition of our UK Pensions podcast, we look at the recent High Court ruling on the validity of amendments to formerly contracted-out schemes, we consider the recent report published by the DWP on the impact of the pension transfer regulations and we summarise the key points and updates set out in the Pension Regulator's 2023/2024 corporate …
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Our Insurance specialists – Imogen Ainsworth, Cheng Li Yow and Hilary Evenett - talk us through the take-aways and their reflections from the 20th Westminster and City Bulk Annuities Conference which was held earlier this year.
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In the second episode of our Insurtech trends series, Ashley Prebble, Emma Eaton and Julia Chobanyan, discuss the regulatory changes effecting Insurtech in the UK, take a closer look at how AI and regulation by the PRA and FCA is impacting the insurance sector, and touch on regulatory and legal topics related to imbedded insurance.…
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Introducing our Insurtech trends series, where experts from our global insurance sector team explore themes and issues related to Insurtech.In this episode, Insurtech 101, Ashley Prebble, Emma Eaton and Julia Chobanyan, provide an introduction to Insurtech, covering what it means, the main participants, some of the technology and use cases in the m…
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In the fourth episode of our Construction Law Conversations Series, Singapore Partner Paul Sandosham along with Senior Associate Kenneth Tay discuss the most notable construction cases decided by the Singapore courts in 2022. With the ongoing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and inflationary pressures, the construction industry faced a dif…
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This is a recording taken from a March 2023 client webinar designed to provide a global perspective on the recent announcement that the FDIC would be placing Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) into receivership, the rescue of SVB's UK subsidiary by HSBC, and the liquidation of Silvergate Bank.A team based in the US, UK, Europe, Middle East and APAC shared a…
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In 2022, the UN adopted a resolution declaring access to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment, a universal human right. Clifford Chance and the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice supported the UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights and the Environment in his work on this. In this seventh and final episode of the Clifford Chance…
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The innovation team talk to Clifford Chance Trainee Associate Danielle Sim and Associate Leonard Lee on their recent participation in DBS' Hackathon For A Better World: Building A Scam Resilient Society, including the importance of Design Thinking for lawyers, and how to think differently in the ways of legal services delivery.…
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The impact of the use of technology in finance has a long history and is well known by market actors, but what about the impact of Fintech on the debt capital markets specifically? What role might Fintech have to play in its future?
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Director Pat Saraceni along with Counsel Kristian Maley discuss recent legislative changes in Western Australia, and how they impact on construction work in the offshore sector. Pat and Kristian also share some suggestions about what steps the offshore sector can take to be ready for the State's new Security of Payment Act.…
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The innovation team and Clifford Chance Dubai Partner Jack Hardman talk to Marc Liew, Head of Ecosystem Development for APAC at R3, about some of the key developments in the blockchain space including whether the current state of the market still presents an opportunity for reflection and innovation, as well as Clifford Chance's collaboration with …
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As part of our Construction Law Conversations series, Perth partner Spencer Flay talks to project disputes specialists Peter Harris and Mohsun Ali in Tokyo about the differences between prospective vs. retrospective analysis and why the difference matters.
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Innovation is an essential component of the financial markets. In recent years, one of the main focuses of innovation has been the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT), which is a revolutionary way of storing data. From 23 March 2023, for an initial three-year period, operators of DLT Market infrastructures will be given the opportunity to ex…
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The innovation team talks to Professor Jerrold Soh, Singapore Management University Yong Pung How School of Law, Assistant Professor of Law; Deputy Director, Centre for Computational Law, about how legal innovation is a driver of graduates, and how universities are preparing graduates for the future of law.…
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The innovation team talks to the Singapore Academy of Law's Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer Paul Neo to learn more about SAL's ambitions in the legal innovation space, the role of the Singapore Technology and Innovation Roadmap, and his tips for the next generation of lawyers.
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In the first of our Construction Law conversation series, Sean Marriott (Counsel, Clifford Chance, Perth) talks to Spencer Flay (Partner, Clifford Chance, Perth) about the impending changes to the security of payment and adjudication law in Western Australia.
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Love it or hate it, ESG remains a hot topic. Regulators, NGOs, and private litigants worldwide are increasingly focused on how companies define ESG and are using standard and asymmetric strategies to combat the practice of "greenwashing".In the sixth episode of the Clifford Chance Podcast series 'The Climate Lawyer', host Richard Kim (counsel, Düss…
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There's a new hope in the battle against climate change from somewhere you might not expect. In-house counsel are stepping up to become agents for change in their organization. In this fifth episode of the Clifford Chance podcast series 'The Climate Lawyer', host Richard Kim (counsel, Düsseldorf) is joined by Adam Woodhall, founder and CEO of Lawye…
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In the third episode of our podcast series on tech antitrust, Sydney counsel Rob Tang and senior associate Ryan Draper examine broader trends behind Australia's crucial antitrust developments in the past two years, and key developments to expect over the course of the next year. They will also discuss the impact of such developments on digital tech…
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There's no path to net zero without innovation, and nobody knows innovation like venture capital. What does it mean to be a climate VC investor? Find out in the fourth episode of The Clifford Chance Podcast series, 'The Climate Lawyer', where host Richard Kim (counsel, Düsseldorf) is joined by Mona Alsubaei, a member of the investment team at Union…
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In the second episode of our Breaking New Ground series, Clifford Chance's Global Director of Inclusion Tiernan Brady welcomes our Regional Managing Partner for Asia Pacific Connie Heng, and partner in our Hong Kong Capital Markets Group Angela Chan. Together, they explore the role of inclusion targets and how they help us dismantle some of the bar…
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In the second episode of our series on tech antitrust, Peter Coney and Masafumi Shikakura analyse the most significant antitrust developments in the past three years, and new developments to expect over the course of this year. They also discuss the impact of such developments on tech companies and investors as Japan steps up on regulatory action w…
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Welcome to our podcast series, 'Breaking New Ground'. Our theme for International Women's Day this year was #BreakTheBias, so in this series, we are focusing on some of the many ways we are working to break the bias as a firm.In this episode, partner Emma Folds welcomes Dr Arin Reeves, President and Managing Director at Nextions, to explore some of…
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