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Submitted: 14 December 2018
Insurers need to be mindful of the risk of breaking the law when making payments in respect of extortion threats.
Insurers need to be mindful of the risks when making payments in respect of extortion threats.
Submitted: 12 December 2018
The Cayman Islands has published a Bill which will require certain businesses to satisfy local economic substance requirements in order to meet international tax standards.
On 19 November 2018, the Irish tax authority (the Revenue Commissioners or Revenue) issued a guidance note on the tax treatment of Islamic finance transactions (the Guidelines).
Submitted: 11 December 2018
Issue 129 of this regular bulletin summarising significant legal and regulatory developments of relevance to the fund management and investment banking communities.
Last Reviewed: 11 December 2018 / Submitted: 23 November 2018
Brexit: Draft framework law. When this law is approved, the French government will be able to provide legal certainty for a number of situations linked to a “no deal” Brexit.
Submitted: 06 December 2018
Issue 128 of this regular bulletin summarising significant legal and regulatory developments of relevance to the fund management and investment banking communities.
Submitted: 04 December 2018
On 27 November 2018, a number of regulatory bodies within the UAE announced that they had reached an agreement to facilitate the licensing of funds domiciled in each other’s respective jurisdictions. This article summarises the implications of the agreement.
Submitted: 03 December 2018
November was an eventful month for FinTech companies in the UK. Two mergers between two market giants and their start-up counterparts have been referred for investigation to the UK’s competition regulator.
Following its consultation proposing a ban on the use of materials that do not meet class A1 or A2 from use in external walls that are 18 meters or over, on 29 November 2018 the Government issued its response. The majority of respondents to the consultation (69%) submitted that combustible materials in cladding systems should be banned. Our review considers the key points of the response.
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