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M&A Weekly Update: forced sale of shares does not qualify as ‘an offer to the public’ requiring publication of prospectus; and more
Macfarlanes has released its M&A Weekly Update for the period 27 June to 3 July 2014.
Investment Management Update — 4 July 2014: FCA Handbook Notice 13; ESMA updates Q&As on AIFMD; and more
Macfarlanes has released the 4 July 2014 issue of its Investment Management Update.
M&A Weekly Update: public register of individuals with significant control over companies — details available; and more
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill has now been published. The bill covers a number of company law changes.
Macfarlanes has released its M&A Weekly Update for the period 13–19 June 2014.
If your contractual counterparty commits a repudiatory breach of contract, you are entitled to elect between affirming and terminating the contract.
Trade deals are expected to be announced following the meeting between Chinese premier Li Keqiang and UK prime minister David Cameron.
HMRC has issued a third consultation document entitled ‘Inheritance tax: a fairer way of calculating trust charges’ on the inheritance tax regime for trusts.
Macfarlanes has released its M&A Weekly Update for the period 6–12 June 2014.
By now, any ‘financial institution’ would need to have had its head in the sand in order not to be aware of the impact of FATCA and its need to comply with this new regime.
This briefing considers the difference between the account options available and certain potential benefits or risks associated with them.