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Attuazione degli incentivi fiscali all'investimento in PMI innovative
Le disposizioni si applicano in relazione agli investimenti effettuati nei periodi di imposta successivi a quello in corso al 31 dicembre 2016.
Italy
31 Jul 2019
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The SEC's Reg BI – A Completely New Standard Or Tinkering Around the Edges?
Last week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted to adopt what is popularly known as "Regulation Best Interest" (often referred to as "Reg BI").
United States
24 Jun 2019
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ESMA Publishes First Annual Statistical Report On Retail Investment Products
On January 10, ESMA published its first annual statistical report on the performance and costs of retail investment products in the EU (ESMA 50-165-731).
European Union
18 Jan 2019
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Report Confirms Europe's Growing Influence In The Global Tech Ecosystem
The 2017 "State of European Tech Report," released today, predicts that Europe is set to receive a record $19 billion in tech investments this year.
European Union
8 Jan 2018
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Road Map To Europe III - Why Europe Is An Increasingly Exciting Place To Fund And Grow Companies
With an increasingly mature tech ecosystem, Europe has never been more attractive to international venture capital and growth equity investors.
European Union
21 Jun 2017
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Road Map To Europe - Executing Venture Capital Deals Easily In A Complicated Landscape
The number of European startups in search of funding and full of ambition to compete on the global stage has never been greater.
Worldwide
21 Apr 2015
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Plans Set Out For New UK Banking Professional Body
On October 17, Sir Richard Lambert, the leader of the proposed organization to monitor standards in the UK banking industry, gave a speech outlining his plans for the new body.
UK
29 Oct 2013
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Recent U.S. Developments in the Financial Products Area*
Perhaps the most innovative financial product of the 1990s was the credit derivative contract. Credit derivative contracts allow parties to transfer and speculate on the creditworthiness of a taxpayer. The contracts usually take the form of a credit derivative swap ("CDS") using an ISDA master agreement.
United States
18 Oct 2005
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