Norton Rose Fulbright LLP has published the latest edition of the Banking and finance disputes review, the journal which highlights and analyses developments in dispute resolution relevant to financial institutions.

This edition of the Banking and finance disputes review  looks back to the aftermath of the financial crisis and forward to the new regulatory landscape that it has generated. What emerges is a theme of accountability: regulators are gradually imposing greater personal responsibility on individuals and institutions in the financial sector; courts are similarly ready to hold institutions responsible for their statements and behaviour, using devices such as tracing and estoppel.

In the regulations and investigations section, there are articles on important sources of liability for institutions in Sanctions warning continues for European banks and for individuals in Criminal liability for senior bankers, as well as an analysis of the FCA’s first Enforcement Annual Performance Account in FCA Enforcement: Is it hurting? Is it working?

The Banking and finance disputes review is available here.