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  • Cultivating Green Sukuk

    Article

    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.

  • On the crest of a waiver? - European Supplemental Protection Certificates (SPCs)

    Article

    Envoyé: 21 January 2019

    There has been considerable legislative and political activity in the field of supplemental protection certificates since May 2018, when the European Commission announced a legislative proposal to introduce an "export manufacturing waiver" into the Regulation (EC) No. 469/2009.

  • VAT, hidden consideration and barter transactions

    Article

    Envoyé: 21 January 2019

    Scrap metal received by contractor carrying out demolition work for a customer amounted to additional consideration for that supply of demolition work (and a barter transaction) where the contractor took into account its value in tendering for the work.

  • HMRC VAT no-deal Brexit planning

    Article

    Envoyé: 21 January 2019

    HMRC has published an SI which extends domestic VAT legislation in relation to the exemption for the management of SIFs to implement the decisions of the CJEU in ATP PensionService and Fiscale Eenheid X.

  • The Amsterdam Derivatives Academy presents: Brexit, initial margin and benchmark reform

    Séminaire

    Date de l’évènement: 14 February 2019

    On 14 February Simmons & Simmons organises the 15th edition of the Amsterdam Derivatives Academy.

  • What to look out for in Disputes in 2019 - issues for insurers

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 18 January 2019

    We look at a number of issues to look out for in disputes this year. Insurers may be particularly interested in our articles looking at what is on the horizon in the areas of mass torts, crypto asset disputes, data disputes and conduct risk.

  • Legal advice privilege claims are subject to dominant purpose test

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 17 January 2019

    In this blog post Colin Passmore considers Jet2 v CAA, in which Morris J. held that claims for LAP are subject to a dominant purpose test.

  • Renewed Enforcement Action Interest in Europe in relation to Resale Price Maintenance

    Article

    Envoyé: 17 January 2019

    Resale price maintenance (or: RPM) refers to the practice of controlling or influencing the pricing of a reseller by either expressly of effectively setting fixed or lower limits to the resale price. In recent years, both the European Commission (the Commission) and national competition authorities (NCAs) have shown an increased interest in this kind of conduct and have on occasion issued substantial fines. Meanwhile, there are numerous ways in which RPM might be effectuated which may not always be clear to the participants to such arrangements.

  • Financial Services Alerter - December 2018 developments

    Newsletter

    Envoyé: 17 January 2019

    Issue 131 of this regular bulletin summarising significant legal and regulatory developments of relevance to the fund management and investment banking communities.

  • Disputes - What to look out for in 2019: Data contentious regulatory and litigation

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 17 January 2019

    Expect the first actions by the ICO for breaches of the GDPR, with the potential for much higher fines than previously and group claims by victims of data breaches.

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