As restrictions in the UK begin to relax, the pensions industry is grappling with a wide range of issues and risks that need to be addressed for a safe return to business.
As part of our global “10Hundred” series on the top 10 issues that employers need to consider in the next 100 days, this webinar will drill down into key considerations, such as furloughing from the perspective of the employers and employees, practical governance tips to operate in the new ‘normal’, scheme funding post-COVID-19 and future pension related developments.
Please join lawyers from our London Pensions practice — Jay Doraisamy, Andrew Block and Beth Brown — for insights into the practicalities pension schemes need to be mindful of when returning to business.
July 2, 2020 | Webinar
Foreign Direct Investment Review Regimes in Europe – European and National Legislators Tighten Scrutiny, in light of COVID-19 and beyond
Over the last decade, in Europe, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of foreign direct investment control regimes and a strengthening of many existing regimes, leading to additional administrative scrutiny of M&A transactions.
Please join us for a webinar in which we will provide an overview of the EU’s Framework Regulation (and its recently published guidelines) and of the FDI regimes in some of Europe’s key jurisdictions. Topics that will be covered include:
- The changing regulatory landscape for FDI.
- The scope, applicability and review criteria of FDI control regimes in France, Germany and the UK.
- Recommendations for M&A transactions: how to navigate the FDI review process, and implications for transaction documentation.
July 1, 2020 | 10Hundred Series Webinar
As restrictions in the UK begin to relax, employers are grappling with a wide range of issues and risks that need to be addressed for a safe return to the workplace.
As part of our global “10Hundred” series on the top 10 issues that employers need to consider in the next 100 days, this webinar will drill down into key legal concerns in the UK, such as workplace health and safety, testing and privacy. There will also be a practical focus on issues such as communicating plans for return to the workforce, managing staff requirements post return, and how to handle tricky issues such as staff who are unable or reluctant to return to the office.
Please join partners from our London Employment & Benefits practice— Nicholas Robertson, Christopher Fisher and Miriam Bruce —for a discussion on how employers should navigate these issues when planning and implementing a reopening of the workplace.