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On 18 March 2014, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority approved NASDAQ OMX Clearing as a central counterparty (CCP).
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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.
A long-term holder of securities may wish to enhance the yield provided by such securities by lending in exchange for collateral and a fee.
HMRC has published updated guidance on the new ‘salaried member’ rules — the rules that will treat members of an LLP as an employee for tax purposes in certain circumstances.
A contracting party not in existence when a misrepresentation was made could still rely on it.
The recently published FCA sanction against HomeServe Membership provides further insight into the regulator’s expectations of senior management.
The High Court has held that Amazon infringed Lush’s Community trademark by its purchase of the Google Adword ‘Lush’.
The City of London Law Society Land Law Committee has produced a protocol for discharging mortgages of commercial property.
Marfarlanes has released the 7 February issue of its Financial Services Regulatory Update.
A recent case considered whether a confidentiality agreement continued to apply after the conclusion of a further related agreement that contained no express obligation of confidentiality.
Governance of Cayman Islands regulated mutual funds has received a great deal of focus recently, including from the CIMA, the Cayman Islands Courts and the market at large.
“I enjoyed my studies at university, I wanted to use my degree, and I also wanted to work in a profession that was both academic and commercial.”...