Legal & Regulatory

Regulatory changes often have unintended consequences, so we have a vital role in mitigating any possible negative impacts on the loan product, whether generally, or in relation to specific sectors such as leveraged, real estate or commodity finance.

Whilst we have made significant progress in addressing the adverse effects of regulation for our members, undoubtedly, changes in the regulatory and general legislative landscape will continue, not least arising from the regulatory response to Covid-19, as well as potential opportunities to bring about positive change.




Developments in Ukraine: The Latest Global Sanctions and Export Controls

In this briefing, Clifford Chance examines the most recent worldwide sanctions and export controls imposed on Russian nationals and organisations by the...


Non-Performing Loans: The Evolving Landscape

In this Briefing, Clifford Chance examines recent regulatory and market developments relevant to European acquisitions and financings of NPL portfolios. In particular (i) changes t...

European Union: Wide-reaching proposals to make products more sustainable and protect consumers from greenwashing

In this briefing, Baker McKenzie explores the recently published package of European Green Deal proposals, presented by the European Commission in a bid to make sustainable product...