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Addressing concerns over vertical relationships and common ownership in the UK interbank payments systems.
Euro authority continues to flog the solvency agenda, even though this is not part of the proposed EU Directive.
Q&A makes it clear that intermediaries are responsible for mapping of products.
Harder for group finance companies to be exempt from license requirements and supervision.
Eversheds’ retail finance briefing is designed to keep you up to date with the latest legal, regulatory and industry developments affecting the retail finance industry.
The label ‘Made in Germany’, generally associated with high quality, has so far been an optional statement. This is now set to change.
Business standards and unfair contract terms guide among areas affected.
In a recent ruling, the ECHR stated that inspections and seizures carried out by investigators at the premises of two companies suspected of anticompetitive practices violated the European Convention on Human Rights.
Two-stage tendering download
Advantages, disadvatages and practical tips for managing a two-stage tender process.
With significant efficiencies being demanded by Government there is likely to be more pressure to consider the mutualisation of services.
Improvements are needed in due diligence and management...
The EC has announced the launch of a competition law inquiry into the e-commerce sector, where it is believed that companies who engage in selling via the internet may be employing methods to restrict online trade.
In the e-commerce sector it is believed that companies who engage in selling via the internet may be employing methods to restrict online trade.
Mercedes-Benz fined $57m for price-fixing.
Also: proposals on the movement of capital and freedom of payments.
Ruling has significant consequences on dawn raids by French competition authorities, who must now be sure to exclude privileged and unrelated documents.
Tthe Competition and Markets Authority will look into suspected anti-competitive arrangements in the UK clothing, footwear and fashion sector.
A few simple measures for you to take as you prepare to comply with the Competition Ordinance that will introduce cross-sector competition law rules to Hong Kong this year.
€170bn (£120bn) of the EU’s 2014-2020 budget is earmarked for 10 former Eastern bloc countries, much of it being spent on infrastructure and energy projects. Of these, Poland represents the largest market.
In a move that will be welcomed by employers, a European Court of Justice advocate-general has given an opinion against the aggregation of redundancies across an employer.