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Faye Cook from our corporate and commercial team responds to the Chancellor’s statement.
Sep 25, 2020
Nick Hobden, head of employment explains the new support schemes announced by the Government
Brian Bacon and Louise Mathias-Williams recently wrote a piece for STEP Journal, looking at the role of the Court of Protection and best practice in t...
Sep 24, 2020
In a recent article for Finance Monthly, Jason Varney and Katya Batchelor look at the pros and cons of various funding sources for acquisiti...
The ban on evictions, introduced in response to the COVID-19 crisis, had been extended again to 20 September 2020 following an announcement on 21 Augu...
Sep 23, 2020
As the various coronavirus business loans schemes start to come to an end, Faye Cook looks at how they have been received and why its not too late to ...
Sep 18, 2020
The moratorium due to expire on 30 September has been extended until the end of the year
Sep 17, 2020
The session explored the challenges that are being faced by charities currently, how these can be overcome, and how engaging with all things digital i...
Sep 15, 2020
At Thomson Snell & Passmore, we have been here for you since 1570, and are here for all lifetime events on the Private Client side of our business...
Last month, Chris Kirby-Turner was invited to take part in a panel discussion hosted by Base Quantum on Covid-19 and de-risking a “second wave”.
Sep 14, 2020
This year’s event may have been virtual, but was still full of interesting discussions, from Blockchain to FinTech.
Katya Batchelor recently wrote a piece on the move from LIBOR to SONIA, for Finance Monthly.
Sep 11, 2020