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Asset-Based Lending: Maximise Your Debt Headroom?
We have advised on a number of significant asset-based lending transactions in Scotland in the past 12 months.
UK
13 Feb 2019
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Key Regulatory Developments In The EU – December 2018
EBA published final Guidelines on disclosure of non-performing and forborne exposures
UK
17 Jan 2019
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Getting SMEs On IPO Financing Track
While the ‘crypto hype' seems to have the finance industry firmly under its spell, the EU Commission is persistently continuing its goal to develop a more attractive regulatory framework supporting access to...
European Union
9 Aug 2018
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The Impact Of The European Commission´s Proposals For A New Prudential Capital Framework On MiFID Investment Firms
EU policymakers have long been concerned that a wide range of "bank like" activity is undertaken by regulated financial institutions, mostly by MiFID Investment Firms, which are subject to differing prudential capital requirements and oversight.
European Union
25 Jul 2018
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Green Bonds
The green bond market has been the subject of many capital markets headlines this year, from the first issue of green bonds by France, with a record €7 billion sale, at the start of the year...
UK
13 Dec 2017
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Who Can Sue For Breach Of The Non-Payment Terms Of A Bearer Note?
Secure Capital SA (SC) was the owner of the entire beneficial interest in a series of notes issued by Credit Suisse (the Notes).
UK
31 Oct 2017
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FCA Announces End To LIBOR In 2021: What Next For Loan Contracts?
On 27 July 2017, Andrew Bailey, the CEO of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), announced in a speech at Bloomberg that LIBOR is to be phased out by 2021.
UK
14 Aug 2017
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Judgments
June 2016 saw the publication of the Supreme Court judgment in this case involving Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) and its attempt to redeem contingent convertible securities.
UK
18 Jul 2016
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Leveraged Finance: Arrangers Focus On Flex As Market Volatility Shows No Sign Of Abating
With the primary leveraged loan markets plagued by volatility in the US and China, trouble in the oil and gas sector, and uncertainty caused by a potential Brexit, arrangers' focus has been firmly on the market flex provisions in their fee letters.
European Union
28 Apr 2016
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Brexit: Issues To Consider For The Banking And Finance Industry
Nobody yet knows the true likelihood of a so-called "Brexit" following Britain's "Leave" or "Remain" referendum on membership of the European Union (EU).
UK
28 Apr 2016
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Contractual Recognition Of Bail-In Powers
Firms to which the new UK rules apply (Covered Firms) include all UK banks and building societies.
UK
2 Jul 2015
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Saudi Arabia Update June 2015
In a drive to train 6,000 Ministry of Justice (MoJ) employees, which began at the start of 2015, the MoJ announced that 175 employees received training this month in international judicial practices.
Saudi Arabia
30 Jun 2015
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New UAE Commercial Companies Law – Debt Capital Markets
On 31 March 2015, the new Federal Law (No. 2 of 2015) concerning Commercial Companies (the NCCL) was issued and published in Federal Gazette No. 577 in the United Arab Emirates (the UAE) (the Official Gazette).
United Arab Emirates
25 Jun 2015
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Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) - 7 February
Treasury makes consumer credit SIs: Treasury has made two statutory instruments (SIs) making changes consequent on the transfer of consumer credit regulation to FCA under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA)
UK
 
19 Feb 2014
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What Next For LIBOR? The Wheatley Review Reports
The Review chaired by Martin Wheatley, looking into regulatory reforms that should result from the recent LIBOR problems, published its final report on 28 September.
UK
9 Oct 2012
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