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Mayer Brown
The EU Securitisation Regulation1 (the "Securitisation Regulation") has been applicable since 1 January 2019. The purpose of this Legal Update is to summarise the key aspects of the Securitisation
Herbert Smith Freehills
As financial institutions in Australia face into the culture and conduct storm that has engulfed the UK for the past decade.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In Nicholas Stewart Wood and David John Standish (as the joint trustees in bankruptcy of Karl Eric Watkin) v Kate Rebecca Watkin [2019] EWHC 1311 (Ch
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Following a recent government consultation, new draft legislation is expected this summer which will render HMRC as a "secondary preferential creditor" in insolvencies that commence on or after 6 April 2020.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
We reported last week that the Government intends to proceed with its proposal to reinstate HMRC as a preferential creditor on insolvency, which could spell disaster for UK businesses, lenders and the UK economy.
Mayer Brown
The England & Wales High Court recently handed down its decision in Rose and others v Creativityetc and others [2019] EWHC 1043 (Ch),
DAC Beachcroft LLP
It's common for developers and other landowners to grant to their lenders mortgages of part of the property they own.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Gordon Downie examines how some UK local authorities, in raising their cremation charges (partly) in response to austerity
Hogan Lovells
In its Mortgages Market Study final report the FCA commented that, in contrast to other markets, there hasn't been much progress in consumer-facing innovation ...
Hogan Lovells
The FCA's final report on its Mortgages Market Study confirms that the UK mortgages market is working well in many ways.
Hogan Lovells
One of the key areas for improvement identified by the FCA in its Mortgages Market Study final report is to make it easier for so-called 'mortgage prisoners' to switch to new deals.
Gowling WLG
Gowling WLG's finance litigation experts look at a number of cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
Clyde & Co
The Damages (Investment Returns and Periodical Payments) (Scotland) Bill has now passed, and changes to how the Discount Rate will be calculated and applied in Scotland will come into effect.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Looking at the increasing trend for local authorities to charge for exclusions and the legality of this under the relevant funding regulations.
Charles Russell Speechlys
At the end of last year, the FCA published a consultation paper and policy statement on its proposed reforms to the way banks charge for overdrafts.
Wright Hassall LLP
If solicitors fail to do their job properly, with the result that a fraudulent transaction is not carried out as intended, are the solicitors still liable?
Gowling WLG
Gowling WLG's finance litigation experts consider some recent cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
4 New Square Chambers
McDonagh v Bank of Scotland & Others [2018] EWHC 3262 (Ch) concerned a dispute between a borrower, Mr McDonagh and a lender, Bank of Scotland in respect of the borrower's default on a loan facility ...
4 New Square Chambers
2018 was another significant year for professional liability cases. The key developments have fallen into two broad areas. The first is liability.
4 New Square Chambers
Yesterday, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in Richard Slade & Co v Boodia [2018] EWCA Civ 2667, resolving much of the confusion and concern that had fomented around the now reversed High Court decision ...
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As financial institutions in Australia face into the culture and conduct storm that has engulfed the UK for the past decade.
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In Nicholas Stewart Wood and David John Standish (as the joint trustees in bankruptcy of Karl Eric Watkin) v Kate Rebecca Watkin [2019] EWHC 1311 (Ch
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Following a recent government consultation, new draft legislation is expected this summer which will render HMRC as a "secondary preferential creditor" in insolvencies that commence on or after 6 April 2020.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
We reported last week that the Government intends to proceed with its proposal to reinstate HMRC as a preferential creditor on insolvency, which could spell disaster for UK businesses, lenders and the UK economy.
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Gowling WLG's finance litigation experts look at a number of cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
Mayer Brown
The EU Securitisation Regulation1 (the "Securitisation Regulation") has been applicable since 1 January 2019. The purpose of this Legal Update is to summarise the key aspects of the Securitisation
4 New Square Chambers
2018 was another significant year for professional liability cases. The key developments have fallen into two broad areas. The first is liability.
Dentons
The recent case of Santander UK PLC v. (1) Ashley Shaun Fletcher and (2) Paula Denise Fletcher [2018] EWHC 2778 (Ch) ...
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At the end of last year, the FCA published a consultation paper and policy statement on its proposed reforms to the way banks charge for overdrafts.
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