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  • SMCR implementation: The Final Countdown, are you ready? Accesso limitato

    Webinar

    Inviato: 17 June 2019

    This series of practical webinars is designed to help you find solutions to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding SMCR implementation.

  • MAS proposes increased scope for Individual Accountability and Conduct Guidelines

    Articolo

    Inviato: 10 June 2019

    On 06 June 2019, the Monetary Authority of Singapore released a consultation paper expanding the scope of the Guidelines on Individual Accountability and Conduct for Financial Institutions. This article recapitulates the key outcomes set out in the IAC Guidelines, and summarises how the proposed extension of the IAC Guidelines’ scope will affect the newly-included entities, such as fund management companies, trustees and payment services licensees.

  • FCA Policy Statement: New Prospectus Regulation and FCA Handbook changes

    Articolo

    Inviato: 05 June 2019

    The FCA has published Policy Statement 19/12 setting out the near-final rules of the new Prospectus Regulation Rules sourcebook, which will replace the existing Prospectus Rules from 21 July 2019.

  • REFIT published in OJ

    Articolo

    Inviato: 05 June 2019

    A brief overview of key immediate practical consequences of the EMIR REFIT.

  • Protecting your taxes in insolvency: Simmons & Simmons response

    Articolo

    Inviato: 29 May 2019

    Simmons & Simmons response to the consultation issued by HMRC on 26 February 2019 entitled “Protecting your taxes in insolvency”.

  • Sustainable finance panel discussion (merged session: CM & Banking)

    Conferenza

    Inviato: 23 May 2019

    Sustainable or “green” finance is high on the agenda of European and Dutch lawmakers and financial market participants alike. What role does the financial industry play in the transition to a “green” future? How far has sustainable finance come and how far do we still have to go to reach sustainability goals? In this panel session, we discuss the latest developments in construction, banking and capital markets, as well as looking towards what’s on the horizon.

  • Demystifying Schuldschein/NSV

    Conferenza

    Inviato: 23 May 2019

    What is the nature of a Schuldschein loan, why it is called so and why is it considered a capital markets instrument despite being a loan? What are the advantages and disadvantages? Our German law Schuldschein expert provides an overview of the market, the placement process and the characteristics of the Schuldschein loan as a German law instrument and the legal framework. He discusses the differences between an assignable loan agreement (Schuldscheindarlehen) on the one hand and German law governed registered notes (Namensschuldverschreibungen) on the other hand.

  • Benchmark reform: how to move beyond LIBOR, EURIBOR and other benchmarks in the financial markets (merged session: CM & Banking)

    Conferenza

    Inviato: 23 May 2019

    LIBOR is set to disappear, EURIBOR and EONIA are set to be amended and contracts referring to these or other benchmarks are in need of review, updating and amendment. This session looks at why and how to prepare for benchmark reform and client contract review operations on a large scale.

  • Financial Markets Legal Update - 23 May 2019

    Seminario

    Inviato: 21 May 2019

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