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Settlements In Brief: Notable US Settlements In November
Enforcement actions by criminal and supervisory authorities are settled regularly. In light of this, companies are advised to take appropriate measures.
United States
14 Dec 2015
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Settlements In Brief: Banks Escape Criminal Prosecution
Enforcement actions by criminal and supervisory authorities are settled regularly. In light of these developments, companies are advised to take appropriate measures.
Worldwide
10 Jul 2015
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Settlements In Brief: US And UK Regulators Penalise Big Banks For Foreign Currency Manipulation
Enforcement actions by criminal and supervisory authorities are settled regularly.
Worldwide
12 Jun 2015
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Settlements In Brief: Regulators Issue High Monetary Penalties In Combatting Financial Crime
Enforcement actions by criminal and supervisory authorities are settled regularly. In light of these developments, companies are advised to take appropriate measures.
Netherlands
13 May 2015
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Banking Supervisor Updates Guidance On Money Laundering And Terrorist Financing Laws
The Dutch Central Bank recently published its updated guidance on sanction laws and legislation against money laundering and terrorism financing.
Netherlands
12 May 2015
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Vestia Ordered To Produce Report Prepared By Counsel In Pending Proceedings
In an interim judgment, the District Court of The Hague decided that a report of findings prepared by external legal counsel had to be produced to the defendants in the proceedings.
Netherlands
24 Mar 2015
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Settlements In Brief: US Justice Authorities Pursue Rating Agencies
Enforcement actions by criminal and supervisory authorities are settled regularly.
United States
20 Mar 2015
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Dutch Government Appears To Tighten Grip On Independent Conduct Supervision
Internal discussions on whether members of the AFM’s supervisory board can hold positions in companies or financial institutions prompted the Minister of Finance to conduct an integrity audit.
Netherlands
13 Feb 2015
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Chinese Government Expands RMB Qualified Foreign Regime
The Chinese government has always held a tight grip on the cross-border movement of Renminbi, but over the last years it has been slowly easing restrictions.
Netherlands
17 Jul 2013
10
Lessons From Recent MOFCOM Merger Decisions
The Ministry of Commerce has recently decided on two merger filings: Glencore/Xstrata and Marubeni/Gavilon.
Netherlands
17 Jul 2013
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Stronger Rules On Anti-Money Laundering And Fund Transfer
The European Parliament voted in favour of the new Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV).
Netherlands
14 Jul 2013
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European Court Extends Scope Of Financial Transactions Disclosure Obligations
National banking supervisors in the EU are entitled to information about suspicious clients of banks that are not established in their territory but do provide financial services there from another EU country.
Netherlands
14 Jul 2013
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Final European Proposal For New Bank Capital Rules
The European Council and the European Parliament reached agreement on a proposal for new bank capital standards, implementing the Basel 3 agreement.
European Union
2 Apr 2013
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EU Council Publishes Proposals For Banking Union
The EU Council published its proposals for a Single Supervisory Mechanism for banks in the Eurozone last month.
European Union
2 Apr 2013
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Shanghai Pilots The New RQFLP Program
Institutional investors satisfying certain criteria may directly remit RMB funds raised overseas to Shanghai to set up private equity funds.
Netherlands
14 Dec 2012
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China's 2011 Foreign Investment Industrial Guidance Catalogue
In order to bring foreign investments into close alignment with China's policy goals, the Foreign Investment Industrial Guidance Catalogue ("Catalogue"), jointly issued by China's National Development and Reform Commission ("NDRC") and Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM"), was most recently amended on 24 December 2011.
China
27 Jan 2012
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MOFCOM Conditionally Approves Uralkali's Merger With Silvinit After Anti-Monopoly Review
Foreign companies involved in non-Chinese mergers need to be aware of scrutiny by the Chinese anti-monopoly authority MOFCOM and possible conditional measures that can be imposed, especially if the merged companies provide key raw materials to China.
China
31 Oct 2011
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China Implements A Permanent National Security Review On Inbound M&A
China's temporary national security review ("NSR") on inbound M&A transactions became permanent on 1 September 2011.
China
31 Oct 2011
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China Allows Foreign Direct Investments In RMB
Foreign companies that hold RMB deposits outside of China can now use those offshore RMB amounts for foreign direct investments ("FDIs") into China.
China
31 Oct 2011
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Hong Kong Stock Exchange Looking To Ease Rules For Secondary Listings
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange ("HKEx") raised USD 57.4 billion with 87 IPOs in 2010, making it the world's leading stock exchange in 2010 for funds raised.
Hong Kong
12 Jul 2011
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