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Tuesday 13 JuneSession
13:00 - 14:00 BSTEnergy in transition – the role of decommissioning (online)

Decommissioning is an integral part of the energy transition journey. The move by oil and gas majors to decarbonise their operations often leads to a transfer of the ageing assets to new, and often under-resourced, players. This can create opportunities but is also fraught with complexities and challenges for both outgoing and incoming operators. We will discuss the key risks arising in decommissioning operations, offer suggestions on how to mitigate and manage those risks and key factors for any robust decommissioning strategy.

Thursday 15 JuneSession
13:00 - 14:00 BSTInternational data flows – navigating the global legal landscape (online)

The legal landscape for cross-border data sharing is complex and evolving. Privacy laws and data localisation requirements are developing globally. Data transfer, including cross-border data minimisation, is in the regulatory spotlight. Joining this legal landscape are legislative proposals requiring the sharing of certain data. We will examine recent legal developments impacting data flows, related international cooperation efforts and how organisations can navigate the challenges of international data transfer.

Tuesday 20 JuneSession
13:00 - 14:00 BSTEU and UK resolution frameworks for insurers – a new horizon (online)

2023 marks a turning point when it comes to insurance recovery and resolution, following the publication of the EU Commission’s legislative proposal for an Insurance Recovery and Resolution Directive (IRRD) and HM Treasury’s consultation for an Insurance Resolution Regime (IRR). Both proposals appear to be moving in a similar direction, namely, establishing insurance recovery and resolution frameworks similar to those we have seen on the banking side, and aligning the EU and the UK with international standards set by the Financial Stability Board. We will discuss how the proposed regimes will work, their differences and the implications for the EU and UK insurance sectors and groups.

Thursday 22 JuneSession
13:00 - 14:00 BSTClass actions – global trends (online)

The industries, products and focus of class actions is expanding and changing with the rise of ESG and a rapidly evolving regulatory and legal framework. Corporate accountability is increasingly demanded by society and Courts are responding to new and novel claims. The risk of class action claims, therefore, is only going to increase and businesses must be alive to the changing international landscape. We will discuss these global trends and the implications for businesses across all sectors.

Tuesday 27 JuneSession
13:00 - 14:00 BSTAntitrust challenges for industry climate alliances and co-operation on environmental sustainability (online)

Firms are increasingly looking for ways to work together to promote environmental sustainability. While competition authorities in the UK, EU and Australia have supported co-ordination, some authorities in the US have taken a more critical approach. In this webinar, our panel will discuss what this scrutiny means for private sector co-ordination on environmental sustainability and participation in industry climate alliances such as the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero.

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