Philip Wood’s International legal risk for banks and corporates

October 14, 2014

Photo, left to right: Mia G. Gentugaya, Arlene M. Maneja, Simeon Ken R. Ferrer, Gian Sambalido, Vicente D. Gerochi, Arlene Lapuz-Oreta, Imelda A. Manguiat, Philip Wood, Rafael A. Morales, Raymond Ibon, Ronald Allen Abarquez, Elvin Michael L. Cruz, Rica Matute Dineros, Sherma Cecile Miranda, Noravir Gealogo, Roy Magturo, Angelita Cortez, Ildefonso Jimenez .

SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan hosted Philip Wood, head of Allen & Overy’s Global Law Intelligence Unit, last September 18. Philip met with counsels of banks and financial institutions to discuss his current project on international legal risk for banks and corporates. His talk also covered the reasons for the intensification of law and the significant increases in international legal risks, the demand for lawyers and their role in the future, as well as forecasting the outlook for lawyers and the law.

Copies of the International legal risk for banks and corporatesvolume 1  and volume 2  are available for download from the Allen & Overy website.

Aside from his role in Allen & Overy, Philip is one of the world’s leading legal authors and practitioners in the field of banking and financial law, and is a visiting professor or distinguished fellow at the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and London.