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  • Labour's plans for an extended UK FTT


    Envoyé: 16 September 2019

    The Labour Party is considering including in its manifesto proposals to extend UK stamp taxes to a wide range of financial instruments.

  • Stricter supervision for subordinated debt issuances by life insurers and pension schemes


    Envoyé: 29 July 2019

    As of 15 July 2019 the German regulator BaFin announced stricter supervision for subordinated debt issuances by life insurers and pension schemes. BaFin’s point is that the holders of life insurers’ subordinated debt will, depending on the drafting of the respective terms, only suffer a loss in the insurer’s insolvency whilst BaFin has the means to cut the claims of insured persons already before insolvency as a crisis prevention measure. Thus, BaFin has decided that holders of life insurance and pension scheme issuers have to suffer a loss prior to the insured customers and has published a wording to be included in future terms and conditions of subordinated loans and subordinated bonds.

  • Cultivating Green Sukuk


    Envoyé: 21 January 2019

    With the Green Bond Market expected to reach over USD 250-300bn in 2018, Lee Irvine and Samir Safar-Aly of Simmons & Simmons look at the potential for the growth of a Green Sukuk market in the Middle east.

  • Green bonds: a flourishing market


    Envoyé: 05 November 2018

    The market is gaining momentum with increased sovereign, supranational and corporate issuances, and growing government support.

  • New senior preferred class of bank debt introduced in Germany on 21 July 2018


    Envoyé: 02 August 2018

    ​To achieve a level playing field for German issuer banks, the German legislator has amended the German Banking Act (Kreditwesengesetz) to allow for two different classes of senior bond issues. From 21 July 2018 German banks can choose to issue senior preferred and senior non-preferred bonds.

  • The UAE’s onshore federal regulator for securities issues new regulation relevant to Sukuk


    Envoyé: 02 July 2018

    Following the recent litigation relating to the Dana Gas Sukuk where Shariah-compliance was an issue, on 23 May 2018, the UAE Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA), issued Chairman Decision No. 20/R.M. of 2018 on the Offering or Issuance of Islamic Securities (the ISRs), intended to add an additional layer of disclosure and transparency to the UAE’s Sukuk market in the interests of investor protection.

  • Commercial and practical approach required to determining source of interest


    Envoyé: 25 June 2018

    The Court of Appeal has stressed the need for a commercial and practical approach to the multifactorial test of determining the source of interest when applying the UK withholding tax provisions.

  • Loan servicing not exempt from VAT


    Envoyé: 14 May 2018

    The First-tier Tribunal has held that supplies by a business administering a loan portfolio for a bank were not exempt from VAT as the supplies fell within the exception for “debt collection”.

  • Recent developments in debt capital markets


    Envoyé: 10 May 2018

    We discuss developments in the debt capital markets, including around disclosure standards, comfort letters, market abuse, benchmarks in European and US transactions. What impact have various new regulations and quantitative easing had on the debt capital markets practice?

  • Prospectus Regime


    Dernière révision: 10 January 2018 / Envoyé: 01 January 2010

    This microsite is designed to provide you with access to materials relating to the EU Prospectus Regulation (2017/1129) and to historic information on the Prospectus Directive (2003/71/EC). It also provides information on how the prospectus regime has been implemented in the UK.

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