153 articles matched your search
MAS has invited comments on the proposed criteria for banks that wish to conduct forex conversion in China through a RMB clearing bank in Singapore...
The Indonesian Investment Coordination Board has issued the new BKPM Regulation No. 5 of 2013 on the Guidelines and Procedures for Licences and Non-Licences for Capital Investment.
Myanmar has formally acceded to the New York Convention — according to a depositary notification issued by the secretary-general of the UN on 24 April 2013.
The Life Sciences Law Review explores legal issues of special interest to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies in 27 jurisdictions.
This briefing analyses the current Myanmar regime for the arbitration and enforcement of foreign awards and considers the likely future developments necessitated by accession to the New York Convention.
Sidley Austin has appointed its first Singapore-qualified partner, a month after being granted a licence to practise local law in the jurisdiction.
In this article, we take a brief look at an insolvency proceeding that has been introduced recently in Japan and has garnered a lot of attention.
Taylor Wessing’s March 2013 Finance Update summarises some of the more interesting recent legal developments in finance.
DLA Piper publishes March issue of ‘Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence’.
Paul Christopher, Hong Kong managing partner, talks to Asian Legal Business about increasing interests for private trusts in Asia.
The recent temporary grounding of the world’s first all-composite-construction aircraft, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, is relatively unusual in that it has affected the worldwide fleet.
Dutch firm De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek and Linklaters have played lead roles on ORIX’s acquisition of Dutch asset manager Robeco Groep from Rabobank.
The QFLP licence system is proof of Singapore’s importance as a global business hub.
The Singapore QFLP licence scheme offers significant opportunities for firms with a long-term view.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, Jones Day, Linklaters and Sidley Austin have been awarded qualifying foreign law practice (QFLP) licences by the Singapore Ministry of Law as 19 other firms miss out.
Freshfields and Herbies advise on the £164.5m takeover of Sutton & East Surrey Water by Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation.
Slaughter and May joined Dutch duo De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek and Stibbe and a host of additional firms on Philips Electronics’ sale of its lifestyle entertainment business to Japanese company Funai Electric.
Singapore-based Rajah & Tann has expanded its South East Asia network to Cambodia and Myanmar by tying up with two local firms.
On 17 January 2013, the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, through its Ministry of Energy, invited bids for 18 onshore oil and gas blocks in what is Myanmar’s second international petroleum licensing round.
Singaporean firm Allen & Gledhill, Clyde & Co and City shipping boutique Waterson Hicks are embroiled in a lawsuit filed by a Swiss Bank against the Singaporean firm over alleged negligent advice.