Latest by Rachael Ellis

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Could 'clickstream data' put firms' websites in the spotlight?

Published on 08 August 2017. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

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Rachael Ellis considers the FCA's use of clickstream data to examine customers' engagement with charges information.

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MiFID II Policy Statement: still not had a chance to read it?

Published on 14 July 2017. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

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Rachael Ellis summarises some of the FCA's key new conduct requirements arising from MiFID II now that it has published its final rules.

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Cowboys beware; the AML Sheriff is on her way

Published on 26 June 2017. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

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With under a year until the first Financial Action Task Force ("FATF") visit to the UK in a decade, the FCA is consulting on proposed changes to its Handbook as the new money laundering regulations ("MLR 2017") come into force today.

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FCA avoids full market study but what next for Big Data?

Published on 04 October 2016. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

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This update considers the FCA's feedback statement on the use of "Big Data" in the retail general insurance sector.

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How would a Brexit affect online shopping from the EU?

Published on 08 June 2016. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

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In or out? No matter which side you’re on, there’s one thing we can all agree on: we buy a lot from Europe.

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Borrow My Brand

Published on 01 February 2016. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

Businesses, do you want to boost your brand? The answer is simple - borrow someone else's. Perhaps most prominent in the fashion world, 'brand borrowing' is the concept of one brand procuring the use of another brand’s name or logo for their products.

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Shared parental leave: switching the boardroom for baby care

Published on 26 February 2015. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

Nick Clegg’s new baby - shared parental leave - has been born and, would-be dads, it means you can now spend almost a year off work with your bundle of joy. Why then, are you all so keen to stay at the office?

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