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In over-the-counter financial instruments, phrases such as ‘commercially reasonable manner’ are often employed, often at the cost of speed and certainty for the parties to the transaction.
At the end of February 2014, the Law Commission released its long-awaited report titled ‘Matrimonial Property, Needs and Agreements’.
Financial Services Regulatory Update — FCA’s fourth quarterly consultation; FCA thematic review; and approval of final text of UCITS V
The Financial Conduct Authority has published its fourth quarterly consultation (CP14/4) in which it proposes amendments to certain parts of the FCA Handbook.
A recent High Court case highlights the risk in deriving comfort from FCA guidance and the importance of reviewing the underlying legislation.
On 18 March 2014, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority approved NASDAQ OMX Clearing as a central counterparty (CCP).
George Osborne has delivered his fifth Budget speech to the House of Commons, but despite speaking for nearly an hour the result was somewhat underwhelming.
The judgment demonstrates one of the rare and exceptional circumstances in which the court may be willing to intervene to stop an adjudication.
M&A Weekly Update: guidance for corporate audit committees and prospectus directive forthcoming changes
The M&A Weekly Update is a short one-page update on key developments relevant to M&A lawyers.
Financial Services Regulatory Update — the FCA’s notes for AIFMs, managing the risks of financial incentives and more
Marfarlanes has released the 7 March issue of its Financial Services Regulatory Update.
HMRC has published updated guidance on the new ‘salaried member’ rules, the rules that will treat members of an LLP as employees for tax purposes in certain circumstances.
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