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A Mix of Clarity and Confusion: Crypto Asset Law and Regulation in the UK

Just as U.S. regulators are wrestling with the question of how to regulate cryptocurrencies and digital assets, as reported here, the same questions are being asked in the UK. Some have been answered with refreshing clarity; some remain much more opaque. As with any new technology or asset, there are different spheres of legal and … Continue Reading

UK’s Financial Conduct Authority Warns That Fund Managers Are at Increased Risk of Cyber Attacks

With 46% of UK business reporting a cyber attack during 2019/2020 and 32% reporting at least one a week – see the UK Government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2020 – the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) has issued a timely warning to market participants of increasing cyber security threats in the wake of COVID-19.… Continue Reading
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