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Policies for streamlining operations of PSCs

On 18 July 2018, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved policy framework for streamlining operations of production sharing contracts (PSCs) for increased domestic production of hydrocarbon resources (Policy). By way of background, the Government of India had awarded 28 exploration blocks (13 offshore and 15 onshore) to private companies between 1980. This was prior […]

Amendments to IBBI Regulations, 2016 – CIRP Regulations

By Ashwin Bishnoi, Shruti Singh, Charu Chitwan The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) notified the IBBI (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) (Third Amendment) Regulations, 2018 (Amendment Regulations) on 4 July 2018 to amend the IBBI (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) Regulations, 2016 (CIRP Regulations) for the third time this year. Primarily, the […]

Why Offshore for Fintech?

Fintech is changing the way banking and financial services businesses are operating at an incredible pace. There are many challenges and opportunities that face financial institutions, business, investors and start-ups. As with much new technology, the speed of change frequently outstrips the legal and regulatory landscape and fresh approaches are often required to adapt. With […]

Cayman Islands investment funds – Changes to the AML Regime

A number of significant changes to the anti-money laundering regime applicable to Cayman Islands investment funds were introduced towards the end of 2017. The key changes are: • Unregulated investment funds will be subject to the Anti- Money Laundering Regulations, 2017 (as amended, the “AML Regulations”) from 31 May 2018 • The Cayman Islands Monetary […]

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Medium-sized firms plan bonus schemes

Cameron McKenna is understood to be one of a number of medium-sized firms considering introducing a bonus payment scheme for associates to stem losses to US firms and investment banks. A number of firms are looking at introducing bonus schemes but the payment issue is so sensitive they are remaining tight-lipped. Some are operating bonus […]

Plowden Buildings sets up in Tyneside

The 50-tenant, London-based common law set Plowden Buildings is expanding its regional coverage by establishing a Newcastle base and taking on five new barristers. The new annexe, which will house the new tenants and offer conferencing facilities, is intended to enhance Plowden Buildings’ reputation on the north eastern circuit. Head of chambers William Lowe QC […]

US bar set to drop multidisciplinary partnership ban

The American Bar Association’s (ABA) commission on multidisciplinary partnerships (MDPs) will this week recommend a rule change to allow their acceptance, according to one of its members. The ABA’s rules – like those of the Law Society – do not allow lawyers to combine with other professions, such as accountants and surveyors, in one firm. […]

Firms told of 'cottage industry' in laundering

A leading New York prosecutor has told a London conference that international money laundering is being run through “a cottage industry” of lawyers, bankers and accountants. John Moscow, New York assistant district attorney and lead prosecutor in the BCCI case, told the gathering in his keynote speech: “There are some very well paid and brilliant […]

Flotations & Financing

Norton Rose’s collective investment scheme partners, Tim Marsden and Andrew Mitchell, and Warburg Dillon Read advised the £950m Mercury European Privatisation Trust (MEPT) on defending its position from short-term investor groups and others. The requisitionists were advised by investment funds partner Nigel Farr of Herbert Smith.

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