Bank of England
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. Standing at the centre of the UK's financial system, the Bank is committed to promoting and maintaining monetary and financial stability as its contribution to a healthy economy.
HSBC is a major global financial services provider engaged in retail and commercial banking, credit cards, investment banking, wealth management and investment management services, with an extensive international presence in Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa.
Clifford Chance is one of the world's leading law firms. The firm's main areas of practice are in banking and finance, capital markets, corporate law, real estate and litigation. However, it is active in an extremely broad range of areas.
Linklaters is a law firm which specialises in advising the world's leading companies, financial institutions and governments on their most challenging transactions and assignments. With offices in major business and financial centres, we deliver an outstanding service to our clients anywhere in the world.
Smith & Williamson
Leading independent providers of investment management, accountancy, tax, corporate and financial advisory services to private clients, corporates, professional practices, and non-profit organisations. With 12 principal offices in the UK and Ireland, 1,500 people and an international capability in 97 countries, our aim is to provide an innovative global service.
Baker Tilly is an independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisers. Tilly Baker is a national firm with over 2,200 employees and over 280 partners generating a fee income of over £204 million which positions them as one of the leading mid-tier accountancy firms. With a network of 30 offices in 25 locations across the UK, we are your local firm with national strength.
Central Arbitration Committee
The Central Arbitration Committee is a permanent independent body with statutory powers whose main function is to adjudicate on applications relating to the statutory recognition and derecognition of trade unions for collective bargaining purposes, where such recognition or derecognition cannot be agreed voluntarily.