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Court Rules That Prepayment Indemnity Does Not Extend To Future Losses
In K/S Preston Street v Santander (UK) plc [2012] EWHC 1633 (Ch), the High Court considered a borrower indemnity in respect of prepayment of a term loan.
UK
16 Jul 2012
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US Securities Law Update: Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act 2012
On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed into law the "Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act" (the "JOBS Act").
United States
8 May 2012
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Pledge On An Owner’s Account
It is now practicable to pledge an owner’s account, after new rules were introduced by the Central Securities Depository.
Czech Republic
7 Sep 2011
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Performance Bonds: On Demand Or Conditional?
A recent High Court case suggests that the courts will require clear and unambiguous words to establish that a performance bond or guarantee was intended to be payable merely on demand, as opposed to on the default of a contractor.
UK
20 Oct 2010
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FSA Dawn Raids
The FSA and SOCA have arrested six men, including senior executives and a trader at a number of financial institutions, in what is thought to be the FSA's largest ever operation against insider trading.
UK
25 Mar 2010
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Market Abuse: FSA Levels Its Largest Fine Yet Against An Individual
This week FSA levelled its highest fine yet against an individual for market abuse. It shows that FSA is very much determined to tackle market misconduct and impose significant fines on offenders wherever they are based whether that means using its civil powers, as in this case, or pursuing criminal prosecutions.
UK
23 Feb 2010
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Climate Change: A Financial Consideration
On 27 January 2010 the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") voted to provide public companies with interpretative guidance on existing SEC disclosure requirements as they apply to business and legal developments relating to climate change risks.
UK
12 Feb 2010
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Registration Of Share Pledge Affected Group Structure
The Enviroco case will be of interest to banks’ in-house lawyers, credit policy teams and credit documenters dealing with security issues.
UK
12 Jan 2010
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The New Listing Regime
The FSA plans to introduce a new two-tier listing regime from 6 April 2010 for companies wishing to list in London.
UK
5 Jan 2010
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Shareholder Rights Directive - New General Meeting Requirements On Traded Companies
On 3 August 2009 the Shareholder Rights Directive will be implemented in the UK via changes to the Companies Act 2006.
UK
20 Jul 2009
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Proposed New Financial Assistance Rules
Proposals are being debated by the Czech Parliament to allow companies to provide financial assistance for the acquisition of their own shares in certain circumstances.
Czech Republic
23 Mar 2009
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Short Selling Measures - FSA Ban Lifted And Disclosure Obligation Relaxed
FSA confirmed on 14 January that the short selling ban will be lifted, as anticipated, tomorrow (16 January 2009).
UK
22 Jan 2009
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Changes Affecting Voting By Proxy
Changes affecting the use of proxy voting by shareholders in joint stock (especially public companies) were made to the Commercial Companies Code at the start of December 2008.
Poland
19 Jan 2009
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Changes To NewConnect
Changes have been made to NewConnect, the alternative trading platform for small and medium-sized companies established on 30 August 2007.
Poland
30 May 2008
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Issues For Lenders - The Companies Act 2006
The Companies Act 2006 will have an impact, on a date to be decided after consultation, on lenders in respect of financial assistance, changes to the process of "Slavenburg" filings for overseas companies registering security in England & Wales and floating charge-holders losing priority to liquidation expenses.
UK
15 Nov 2007
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Partly Paid Shares: A Legal Update
A number of companies are currently considering “nil paid” or “partly paid” employee share schemes for their employees and directors.
UK
11 Oct 2007
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Unfair Prejudice: Relief Possible Where Company Insolvent And Member Cannot Benefit
Where an investor in a joint venture company has invested not only by subscribing for shares but also by advancing loan capital, the investor may be granted relief from unfairly prejudicial conduct even though such relief will benefit the investor only as a loan creditor and not as a member.
UK
8 May 2007
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Enhanced Gains On Shares For Managers In Private Companies – How Not To Do It
A recent case (Company A v Commissioners of HM Revenue & Customs) has demonstrated the importance, if arrangements are intended to avoid an income tax and National Insurance contributions charge, of managers’ enhanced equity returns in private companies coming from rights contained in articles of association rather than in any subsequent or other agreements.
UK
18 Apr 2007
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Confidentiality Of FSA Interview Transcripts And Warning Notices
The Court of Appeal has examined the extent to which FSA interview transcripts and other material gathered during the course of an FSA investigation is confidential to interviewees and their employers. The decision highlights risks for firms involved in FSA investigation/enforcement processes where they may be facing overlapping civil claims.
UK
20 Mar 2007
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New Rules For AIM Companies And Nomads - 20 February 2007
On 20 February the London Stock Exchange introduced a new Rule Book for Nominated Advisers (Nomads) setting out their duties and responsibilities to the Exchange and to the companies they advise that are joining, or already on, AIM.
UK
27 Feb 2007
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