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The construction sector has recently come under the spotlight following comments made by the Director of the Serious Fraud Office.
Mountstar had appealed to the High Court over the European Commission’s decision to open a statutory inquiry into the Cup Trust.
The chancellor said that he wished to put beyond doubt that entities established for the purposes of tax avoidance would not have any entitlement to charitable tax reliefs.
The FCA will publish more detailed information on the volumes of approved persons applications for controlled functions that it has received and on which it has taken a decision.
The FCA has published a ‘Dear CEO’ letter sent by Clive Adamson, FCA director of supervision, to the chief executive officers of mortgage lenders relating to changes to mortgage contracts.
BIS is set to introduce measures to reduce the list of sensitive names that new businesses and charities must get approval for prior to incorporation at Companies House.
ESMA has published a discussion paper setting out its initial views on the implementing measures it is required to develop under the Market Abuse Regulation.
The FCA has updated its webpage on the AIFMD to clarify how AIFMs can comply in a proportionate way with the AIFMD’s Article 15(1).
How to avoid the bonus cap — FCA update for investment firms that may qualify to remain under BIRPU rules from 1 January 2014
The FCA has published a webpage for investment firms that may qualify to remain under BIRPU rules from 1 January 2014.
Clive Adamson, FCA director of supervision, has delivered a speech on what conduct regulation means for authorised foreign banks (AFBs).
The FCA has published a Consultation Paper (CP13/17) on the use of dealing commission rules for investment managers.
The FCA has published a report summarising its thematic work on outsourcing in the asset management industry.
The FCA’s chief executive recently gave a speech that focused on conduct and ethics within firms.
The US SEC has released long-awaited proposed rules under the crowd-funding provisions of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act of 2012.
Withers predicts what will feature in the Autumn Statement 2013.
We are now at the end of dispute resolution week (DR) promoting #keepingitoutofcourt.
It is clear from HMRC’s highly publicised recent settlement with JP Morgan Chase that settlements can be made on extremely advantageous terms.
US persons who want the tax break in both the US and the UK need to take action before 31 December.
If you run a charitable foundation in the UK, you may have read about the additional tax reporting and regulations imposed by the US FATCA rules on accounts held by charities.
Owning a house as joint tenants is rarely simple, particularly if there is a diversity of citizenship and/or fiscal status amongst the spouses.