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The General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 replacing the 1995 European Data Protection Directive. The explosion of new technologies, communication platforms, social media, vendors, suppliers, and cross border dataflows presents a very different set of challenges to the fundamental aims of protecting the rights of the individual and facilitating a single digital market.

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The Lawyer In-House Financial Services Conference 2016

D2LT is pleased to announce our sponsorship of The Lawyer In-House Financial Services Conference 2016 taking place on 5th July 2016. As one of the event’s key sponsors, we will present key findings of our recent industry research on legal agreement data and legal opinion management. Our founder and managing partner, Akber Datoo, will host two round tables on the issue, entitled 'Legal Data – is this really the remit of In-house Counsel?'

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Standardisation of CSAs

Risk Magazine (13 June 2016) report on dealers renewing push for standardised CSAs. Download D2LT's statistics featured in the report on the variability and impact of key CSA clauses.

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ISDA Protocols: Turning rockets of remedy into weapons of mass data destruction?

Since a first launch in 1998, ISDA Protocols have become the go-to solution to enable financial institutions and their counterparties to respond to regulatory requirements and market events by amending affected contracts without the need to trawl through and bilaterally renegotiate every single document.

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The Past, Present and Future of Asset Segregation

As the market moves towards a new model that demands that vanilla OTC interest rate swaps must now be cleared through a Central CounterParty (CCP) – starting April 2016 and becoming standard procedure for major clients in the period up to late 2018 – the implications of the change have been creating waves. Read Paul Watkins' and Akber Datoo's considerations on the implications of the EMIR regulations for OTC derivatives with regard to client retention on Finance Magnates Click here to read the article.

Document Generation

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Digitising Contracts

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