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Event date: 12 October 2017
Join us on Thursday 12 October 2017 for our thirteenth annual one day training programme. This day offers you the opportunity to hear about a broad range of topical issues relevant to financial institutions, asset managers and investment funds, from lawyers across many disciplines. We run the same programme on a choice of two dates.
Event date: 11 October 2017
Join us on Wednesday 11 October 2017 for our thirteenth annual one day training programme. This day offers you the opportunity to hear about a broad range of topical issues relevant to financial institutions, asset managers and investment funds, from lawyers across many disciplines. We run the same programme on a choice of two dates.
Last Reviewed: 30 June 2017 / Submitted: 12 August 2014
An overview of the proposed global measures for bank crisis management and resolution.
Submitted: 24 August 2016
Discussion of the potential impact of Brexit on Financial Institutions and asset managers and investment funds including group structures, rationalising legal entities and moving operations, and how they will maintain access to the Single Market.
Submitted: 20 July 2016
A review of the recent proposals made in May 2016 by The Insolvency Service in its paper entitled "A Review of the Corporate Insolvency Framework - A consultation on options for reform".
Submitted: 31 May 2016
Gary Barnett and Nick Skerrett’s Tax Journal article considers the Supreme Court decision in Airtours that a company paying for a corporate restructuring review addressed to its major creditors was not entitled to input VAT recovery since no supply was made to the company in return for the payment.
Submitted: 11 February 2016
An overview of the possible implications for the banking sector of a UK exit from the EU.
Submitted: 18 December 2015
The UK Supreme Court has confirmed that UK merger control may apply when something more than bare assets are acquired from an insolvent business.
Submitted: 06 November 2015
In this article we consider the potential impact on pre-packaged administrations of the changes to the statement of insolvency practice 16 (SIP 16) which came into effect on 01 November 2015.
Submitted: 02 September 2015
On 31 July 2015, in Re MF Global (UK) Limited  EWHC 2319 (Ch) the High Court drew a line at the extent to which it is prepared to give extra-territorial effect to the provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986.
Episode 320: Claw back actions against financial institutions in Germany
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