2018 Banking Litigation & Regulation Forum

Banking Litigation & Regulation Forum

Risk and Mitigation in the Financial Markets: Pivoting to New Risks

Thursday 13 June 2019 | Jumeirah Carlton Tower
On Cadogan Place, Knightsbridge, London SW1, United Kingdom

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Join senior legal leaders across client, private practice and the Bar at the UK’s premier litigation and regulatory forum.

The Banking Litigation & Regulatory Forum 2018 delivers the key insights and practical solutions to acutely address the complex minefield of the UK’s banking litigation and regulatory field. Clients, private practice and the Bar address key challenges in the English courts, criminalisation of activity, dual track investigations and MUCH MORE!

PLUS: Back by popular demand: Interactive breakout sessions, enabling attendees to network and return to the office with practical, real life takeaways.

Register today and in ONE DAY, gain the critical insights you need to overcome your 2018 challenges.

Companies registered to attend include:
Aldermore Bank, Bank of England, Barclays, BNP Paribas, Citibank, Consensus Business Group, Hermitage Capital Management, ICBC Standard Bank, Lloyds Banking Group, Metro Bank, Payment Systems Regulator, Raphaels Bank, RBS, Seilern Investment Management, The Payment Systems Regulator, The Phoenix Group, TSB Bank, UBS.

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Who attends the Banking Litigation & Regulatory Forum?

The Banking Litigation & Regulatory Forum draws a senior level audience of clients, private practice and members of the Bar across the UK and Europe. functions includes: Head of Litigation, Head of Regulation, General Counsel, law firm senior partners, regulators, barristers and QCs.
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Organisations represented at the Banking Litigation & Regulation Forum 2017 included:

10x Future Technologies, 2 Bedford Row, 20 Essex Street, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Altavair, American Express, Ashurst, Aurelius Investments, Baker McKenzie, Bank of England, Bank of Ireland, Barclays, Berwin Leighton Paisner, Bird & Bird, Boies Schiller Flexner, Brown Rudnick, Burges Salmon, Cadwalader, Citi, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Clear Funding, ClearBank, Clifford Chance, Consensus Business Group, Cooke, Young & Keidan, Coutts. CYBG. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Exotix Partners. Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, FSLA, Hermitage Capital Management, Hogan Lovells, HSBC, Hunton & Williams, ICBC Standard Bank, ION, Kession Capital, Kingsley Napley, Latham Watkins, Linklaters, Lloyds Banking Group, Macfarlanes, Mayer Brown, Mishcon de Reya, Monzo Bank, National Australia Bank, Nordea Bank, One Brick Court, One Essex Court, OpenText, Optum, Penningtons, PLMJ - Sociedade de Advogados, Prudential, PSR, Rahman Ravelli, Raphaels Bank, RBS Capital Resolutions, Red Lion Chambers, Rotch, RPC, Serle Court, Shawbrook Bank, Shearman & Sterling, Simmons and Simmons, Slaughter and May, Taylor Wessing, TLT Solicitors, Travers Smith, Vanquis Bank, White & Case.

Featured Sessions
•  An outsider's perspective: Has the industry improved 10 years on from the financial crisis?
•  Individual and the Institution – challenges and conflicts
•  Criminalisation of activity in the financial sector
•  Estimation of damages in competition cases
•  What is working and not working in the English Courts?
•  The future of global banking litigation and regulation in a VUCA world

2018 Sponsors


Featured Speakers

Laura Durrant

Head of Litigation & Investigations


Adam Epstein


Mishcon de Reya

Andrew Onslow



Matt Solomon


Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

Peter Davis

Senior Vice President

Cornerstone Research

Guy Pendell


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang

The Rt. Hon. Sir Geoffrey Vos

The Chancellor of The High Court

Sonia Tolaney



See what previous attendees said about the event...

"The most successful format is the class/group actions break out - useful information, including practical tips" - Alexandra Townsley, American Express          "I thought the panel sessions were really well chaired and all really interesting." - Emma Davies, Penningtons Manches LLP