Contractual Estoppel in Investment Banking – on which party does liability now lie?

 Following the Global Financial Crisis and Britain’s regulatory overhaul of the financial sector, there is now a strong obligation on Banks and financial institutions to act in their clients best interests. Often a fiduciary duty of care and skill arises meaning that these institutions must act with caution when proceeding with investment advice. However, the … Continued

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Institutional Investment – Funding Transformation in the NHS

  Whilst NHS England now have a Sustainability and Transformation Fund of £2.1bn for 2016/17, rising to £3.4bn in 2020/21, £1.8bn of this is ring fenced this year for the support of deficits leaving little for transformation. Not only is this money ring fenced for current sustainability issues but it also, unusually, requires the approval of … Continued

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Asset Value Release

We have recently arranged, and are still arranging, terms for a number of Trusts and Local Authorities to release capital by arranging for institutional investors to buy property for a fixed term, enjoy a modest but guaranteed return during that term and then pass back the property at the end of the term for a … Continued

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