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  • The Amsterdam Derivatives Academy Accès restreint

    Envoyé: 13 October 2017

    ​On 05 October 2017, Simmons & Simmons hosted the 12th edition of the Amsterdam Derivatives Academy. The central aim of the afternoon was to discuss a number of the most topical developments in the derivatives space. The developments were discussed in a number of practical and insightful presentations from the perspectives of various leading market parties.

  • Ontbijtseminar Voorbereiding op geschillenbeslechting Accès restreint

    Envoyé: 13 October 2017

    Bas Berghuis van Woortman, Johan Polet en Fleur Potter, spraken deze ochtend over alle te nemen stappen in de situatie waarin een onderneming wordt geconfronteerd met een procedure - zowel voor de rechter als ook in arbitrage.

  • Demystifying Commodity Finance

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    The term commodity finance covers a multitude of products offered both by banks and, increasingly, by non-bank financial institutions. This session seeks to demystify what is meant by commodity finance by providing an overview of some of the most commonly used products in the market and exploring the legal and practical considerations that need to be taken into account when structuring and negotiating commodity finance transactions.

  • The Extension of the Senior Manager & Certification Regime

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    This session looks at the FCA consultation paper on the extension of SMCR, the implications for the wider FCA regulated industry who will now have to implement this and draws on some of the lessons that have been learnt from implementing this throughout the banking industry.

  • VAT, Asset Management and Pensions

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    We look at the latest test cases on VAT exemption for pension fund management, the judgment in the Investment Trusts case, balancing regulatory duty to treat customers fairly vs managing litigation risk, latest case law on scope of VAT exemption for fund management and administration, and latest developments in the Littlewoods compound interest claims’ case.

  • PRIIPs: Do you need a KID for your AIF?

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    This session looks at the EU PRIIPs legislation and its impact on structured products, funds and derivatives.

  • Competition: What’s Next for Financial Services?

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    Session covering recent developments in the EU and UK competition law space for financial institutions. We cover EU and UK enforcement, including FCA competition trends and recent wholesale market studies, the FCA’s developing approach to contentious competition issues, practical guidance on how to identify and mitigate competition law risks in your business and how to keep your business competitive whilst still complying with competition law.

  • The Taxman Cometh

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    Tax experts from Simmons & Simmons and Seward & Kissel present on key UK and US tax topics for asset managers over the next twelve months. The session is suitable for non-tax specialists as well as in-house tax teams.

  • Recent decisions on Legal Privilege: Practical lessons for transactional lawyers

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    The recent High Court judgments in SFO v ENRC and Re RBS Rights Issue Litigation have been closely and carefully analysed by the legal community, particularly those engaged in contentious work. But the implications of those decisions for the working practices of transactional lawyers are also profound. This session explores the practical lessons to be learned.

  • Developments in Debt Capital Markets

    Envoyé: 11 October 2017

    This session looks at legal developments affecting the international debt capital markets, including the impact of the new Prospectus Regulation and the PRIIPs Regulation on the debt capital markets and other market developments.

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