A Practical Guide to Market Conduct for Investment Managers

Firm publishes first-of-its-kind book for buy-side institutions.

April 25, 2019

Latham & Watkins is pleased to announce the publication of Market Conduct for Investment Managers: A Practical Guide, a comprehensive new resource authored by London regulatory partner David Berman.

Drawing upon years of front-line experience and insight, the book provides a host of buy-side focused scenarios, case studies, and illustrative war stories designed to help investment managers navigate the complexities of the Market Abuse Regime (MAR).

Berman commented: “Market conduct is, and will almost certainly remain, an area of concerted regulatory focus; and arguably represents the single most significant day-to-day risk faced by asset managers. Many texts have been published into the generalities and technicalities of the market conduct regime, however, none have focused solely on the buy-side.”

Market Conduct for Investment Managers provides an intuitive overview of the current market conduct regime and offers practical guidance for “buy-side” investment professionals and control functions. 

To find out more about MAR and other aspects of the UK’s regulatory regime, visit Latham & Watkins’ Financial Regulatory Portal, a comprehensive repository of up-to-date thought leadership and resources on the most significant developments impacting financial institutions and other market participants.

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