A Guide to Surviving the Tightening of Global Regulation – Sign up for the London Finance Magnates Summit

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Hear Sophie Gerber speak at Finance Magnates in London. With the proliferation of start-ups looking to enter into the financial services markets in established jurisdictions, often with the purpose of obtaining a licence which they can flaunt elsewhere, regulators are tightening the screws on who they will approve and who they will let stay in the market.  In this session we’ll discuss the how you can get a licence, and how you can keep the one you have.  On top of this, we’ll also look at licensing strategies that can be implemented to protect your business from the wrath of regulators to ensure your business can keep functioning without the threat of being completely shut down.

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