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Our legal specialists are experienced in the practical and commercial issues at the heart of the financial services sector. We understand the pressures, constraints and regulatory environment under which businesses operate and we offer a range of services to help you navigate these challenges and meet your business objectives.

We provide expert legal advice to businesses regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. This includes ongoing support and guidance on matters relating to commercial contracts, IT development and licensing contracts, outsourcing contracts, e-commerce, data protection and regulation. We also provide advice and guidance on corporate governance, risk management, mergers, acquisitions and disposals of regulated businesses, product mis-selling and professional negligence, pensions, employment issues, and office and investment property.

Whether you are an insurer, bank, investment manager, broker, financial adviser or trustee, we use our financial services knowledge, skill and experience to provide bespoke and pragmatic legal solutions for you.

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