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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.
The label ‘Made in Germany’, generally associated with high quality, has so far been an optional statement. This is now set to change.
UCITS should look at counterparty risk in respect of the clearing members they use.
Scope to make it easier for intermediaries to finance stock acquisition and develop their own distribution systems.
Opportunities for European and US asset managers, depositaries and custodians.
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.
A recent case before the EAT has now considered this issue and found that TUPE can apply to a transferor and a sub-contractor.
The protection of trade secrets has been on the European legislator’s agenda since 2011. It was felt that the lack of harmonisation in this field is very disadvantageous for cross-border innovation in Europe.
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.
A change in market conditions/ environmental conditions for any business in almost any sector can lead to considerations – should the client proceed with construction or seek to cut its losses?
The purpose of this booklet is to provide a quick reference guide to company insolvency laws and procedures in a range of jurisdictions.
Retailers have some key decisions to make if they want to take advantage of technological advances in payments.
Patentees would avoid the need for a translation of the full specification into Italian.
After judgment multiple and ongoing requests for information should be expected.
Anti-money laundering measure means reporting more to the state.
Retail finance roundup – May 2015: UK credit card transactions hit new record; misleading advertising; and more
Also: asset finance expands; EU calls for better banking models; and more.
Reporting and the calculation of leverage are among new Q&As in the European Securities and Markets Authority’s paper.
Also: proposals on the movement of capital and freedom of payments.