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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.
Welcome additional form of protection for financial institutions and their employees.
Stress on individual accountability and firms’ collective responsibility to avoid recurrence of “ethical drift”.
A successful party should obtain the unsuccessful party’s agreement that the adjudicator’s decision is binding...
Aa move towards a more flexible interpretation of when liquidated damages will be deemed to be a penalty.
Review default fund, monitor member behaviour and update transfer procedures – just some of the recommended actions here.
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.
Late amendments may not be permitted where the trial date has to be adjourned as a result, and other qualifications.
The UK has changed the way in which it taxes share options and share awards held by employees who move between countries.
Business standards and unfair contract terms guide among areas affected.
Four new circumstances in which workers do not need to be automatically enrolled.
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.
If brokers want to shift the focus from ‘temporary employment services’ to ’functional outsourcing’ they should take advice...
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.
Two-stage tendering download
Advantages, disadvatages and practical tips for managing a two-stage tender process.
On the topic of immigration there is rarely a moment for pause and with migration issues at the forefront of the political agenda we expect to see more of the same. Eversheds sets out some recent items that may be of interest.