Allen & Overy Launches Campaign to Stimulate Debate on Financial Reform and Regulation Ahead of the G20 Summit

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Allen & Overy comments on the G20 London Summit from a legal perspective, with expert opinion on the full range of global financial issues covered at the conference.

Allen & Overy believes that the London summit offers a key opportunity to deliver an internationally agreed agenda which can inform the G20 and global responses to the crisis. These in turn can reshape the worldwide financial system to make it more stable, fairer and better regulated

International law firm Allen & Overy has launched a campaign to stimulate debate on financial regulation and reform ahead of the G20 London summit on 2 April. The firm is publishing a series of articles written by its legal experts across a range of regulatory issues, from securitisation and liquidity regulation, to derivatives and corporate governance.

"Allen & Overy believes that the London summit offers a key opportunity to deliver an internationally agreed agenda which can inform the G20 and global responses to the crisis. These in turn can reshape the worldwide financial system to make it more stable, fairer and better regulated," writes Senior Partner David Morley in the opening article.

This follows the publication in advance of the last G20 summit by Allen & Overy of a survey of over 700 business leaders from around the world, entitled 'The Future Direction of Global Financial Regulation'.

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Allen & Overy is a global law firm with over 5,500 staff, including some 500 partners, working in 31 major centres worldwide.

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