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On 30 January 2015, the Europen Commission republished a draft RTS on the own funds requirements for firms based on fixed overheads. How will this affect asset managers?
The PRIIPs Key Information Document, required from 31 December 2016, is designed to give retail investors essential information about a PRIIP and address perceived ineffective standards of pre-contractual disclosure...
Ireland’s National Payments Plan emphasises the promotion of electronic payment methods.
As from 1 January 2015, the application of the Non-Discrimination Act has been broadened.
Significant changes to working time record-keeping and new notification requirements and sanctions with regard to posting employees to Austria...
Financial services newsletter: Financial Services Ombudsman; Consumer Protection Bill 2015; and more
European cross-selling practices and the banking inquiry are among the subjects in the spotlight in this newsletter.
The European defence sector is not generally characterised by transparency, and still is quite fragmented.
French employers are regularly subject to social security audits performed by URSSAF to check whether social security contributions have been duly paid.
Following a recent announcement by the Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security, the current collective agreements in the economic sector will be extended to include the private sector too.
Spain has some of the strictest data protection laws in Europe.
Welcome to our global employment and labour law update. Our aim is to keep you up to date with key developments to help you manage your global employment challenges.
The FCA has issued an urgent reminder on ensuring AIFMD Annex IV transparency reports are completed correctly in GABRIEL (GAthering Better Regulatory Information ELectronically).
Medical screening to be transferrable and a rise in the minimum wage in the spotlight.
The EU Commission published its 2015 Work Programme in December with the following employment-related items.
New legislation aims to restrict awards from a redundancy fund in the event of business closure.
A number of Labour Court recommendations have found that overtime can be included in the calculation of holiday pay if it is regular and rostered.
Changes to maternity and paternity leave in the spotlight.
Changes to disability discrimination legislation and proposed regulations from the Swedish Work Environment Authority are among the subjects covered in this update.
Changes to the compulsory provision of occupational medical services and a minimum wage rise are among the issues covered in this update.
Since the start of 2015 a number of changes have come into force regarding employment law in Hungary.