Clifford Chance elects 29 new partners
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In this briefing, Clifford Chance experts look at the interplay between climate priorities and financial regulation; corporate disclosure of climate risks; the rapid growth of retail and institutional demand for environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment strategies; and the renewed urgency of efforts to address the racial wealth gap in financial services.Find out more about Financial Institutions, Financial Investors and the Biden Administration's Policy Priorities
Tying executive remuneration and broader pay conditions to environmental, social and governance (ESG) measures continues to be a hot topic as the 2020-21 AGM and shareholder meeting season demonstrates.Find out more about Remuneration and ESG: What do you need to know?
In this extract from a recent Clifford Chance webinar, we explore the latest trends in US, EU and UK policy on economic sanctions and trade controls, including compliance and enforcement risks and potential changes under the Biden Administration.Find out more about Latest trends in economic sanctions and trade controls
2021 will be an important year in international trade. States continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic downturn. A new US administration has just taken office. Questions remain about tensions in the US-China relationship. High on the agenda are also digital services trade, trade and the environment, and the future of multilateralism.Find out more about Trade in 2021: Five Trends to Watch
From sustainable fintech and CBDC developments to greater scrutiny of data and increased antitrust enforcement, we predict five developments for key fintech areas including AI, data, payments and crypto.Find out more about Fintech in 2021: Five Trends to Watch
This publication explores some of the key ESG trends to watch in 2021.Find out more about ESG: Trends to watch in 2021
This month we are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the firm’s first female partner in London, Rosalind Bax. In partnership with our gender parity group Accelerate>>>, we are looking back and profiling a partner from each decade back to 1971.
Here Asia Pacific Regional Managing Partner Connie Heng is interviewed by Amelia Hirst, a trainee in our Perth office. Together they talk how Connie got into law, the importance of having a good network as a junior lawyer, and more.About Accelerate>>>