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Final rules on accountability in banking, packaged bank account complaints, and more.
China has now submitted its carbon emissions reduction goals to the UN.
Supreme Court dismisses Edenred’s challenge to the government’s decision not to tender for the administration of a new childcare scheme
The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed Edenred’s challenge to HMT’s decision to award the administration of its new flagship tax-free childcare scheme to NSI.
The chancellor has announced new measures to counteract tax avoidance and evasion.
From 6 April 2017, landlords receiving rental income from residential property will suffer restrictions on the amount of tax deductions they can obtain for mortgage interest and other finance costs.
The chancellor of the exchequer gave his Summer Budget to Parliament on Wednesday 8 July.
The EAT has clarified two issues affecting the rights of workers on long-term sick leave to carry forward untaken annual leave under the Working Time Regulations 1998.
A radical budget with big surprises, as well as much of that was expected.
Some things borrowed, some things new: the DFSA consults on the regulation of property and money market funds in Dubai
The lawmakers and regulators in the DIFC have established a strong legal and regulatory framework for those wishing to establish collective investment funds in or from the DIFC.
Addressing concerns over vertical relationships and common ownership in the UK interbank payments systems.
The Planning (Wales) Act 2015 is the first separate Planning Act for Wales since planning was devolved to Wales in 2011.
The FCA thematic review 15/8 focuses on the level of compliance with existing Consumer Credit Sourcebook rules as based on the Office of Fair Trading’s former Debt Management Guidance.
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.
’Base cost shift’ removed; taxation of managers’ rewards takes another hit.
New legislation will introduce a ‘corporate rescue’ rule, among other things.
Another Budget, another radical shake-up.
Moving from an EET (exempt, exempt, taxable) regime to a TEE (taxable, exempt, exempt) one may be good for the deficit but it would add even more complexity.
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