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Mayer Brown
Bank structural reform is the result of a global financial crisis which developed in the summer of 2007 and became obvious in the EU in the latter part of 2008.
Reed Smith
The Municipality of Sao Paulo and the Republic of Brazil successfully defeated an appeal from two BVI registered companies to the Privy Council which considered what the circumstances are, if any, where backward tracing would be permitted.
Wedlake Bell
Kate Johnson discusses Brussels IV on Share Radio, a ground-breaking new piece of EU legislation which came into force on 17 August 2015...
GuernseyFinance
Richard Searle of BDO in Guernsey considers the development of the cell industry in Guernsey.
GuernseyFinance
The purchase takes JTC's global headcount to more than 450 staff and cements its position as one of the most dynamic growth companies in the sector.
GuernseyFinance
Guernsey has long been recognised as a cell company leader and the past 12 months have only served to reinforce this position.
GuernseyFinance
Convertible bonds were prominent among the 203 newly listed securities on the Channel Islands Securities Exchange (CISE) during the first half of 2015.
GuernseyFinance
The Guernsey Financial Services Commission (GFSC) licensed 45 new international insurers during the first six months of this year.
Reed Smith
The UK's Privy Council recently considered the interpretation of two clauses in the FIDIC Red Book 1999, concerning the obligations of an employer to evidence financial arrangements and to notify employer's claims.
MacRoberts
The Court of Appeal has now dismissed Unison's latest appeal against its judicial review application challenging the legality of these fees.
Smith & Williamson
Restricting finance cost relief and other changes The Summer Budget 2015 included some significant announcements affecting landlords of residential dwellings.
Deloitte
Implementing the regulatory changes in Policy Statement 15/19 will make complaint volumes more transparent; giving the regulator, the public and the media greater awareness of the actual number of complaints received by a firm.
Deloitte
In a world of driverless cars, self-service checkouts and online banking, will there be any jobs left for humans?
Reed Smith
The Hong Kong Commissioner has published guidance ('Guidance') to assist data users in complying with Hong Kong's privacy laws when processing biometric data, ..
Withers LLP
Engaging staff for the first time can seem daunting. This guide highlights the main points that you need to take into account.
Smith & Williamson
HMRC has issued a factsheet explaining that the proposed 'dividend allowance' will not exclude up to £5,000 of dividend income from taxation, but be applied as a zero- rate of tax on the first tranche of dividend income.
Clyde & Co
For the international construction sector, modern slavery (a concept covering slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking) is a major supply chain issue...
Reed Smith
As was the case prior to the global financial crisis, the current driver for all new European CMBS deals stems from the adoption by investment banks of the originate-to-distribute business model for financing commercial real estate assets.
ICSA
Once the banking sector started to implode and the various scandals came to light there was a lot of talk about the 'culture' – a concept that is not always easy to define.
Dentons
A significant cost of running a defined benefit pension scheme historically has been the VAT on investment management services.
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Wedlake Bell
Manny Davidson, property tycoon and multimillionaire, is facing both a family feud and an IHT catastrophe.
Withers LLP
After almost a year of wrangling, the EU Council and the European Parliament have finally reached an agreement on a new Anti-Money Laundering Directive.
BDO LLP
The European Commission plans to unify data protection within the European Union (EU) with a single law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
It has been confirmed that the correct and only test for testamentary capacity is that as outlined in the case of Banks v Goodfellow.
Clyde & Co
It is generally well understood that if someone is an employee the company is responsible for deducting income tax and national insurance and accounting for this to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The UK has sought to put itself at the forefront of Islamic finance and made a loud statement of intent in 2014 with the issuance of its GBP200 million (US$312.4 million) Sukuk – the first to be issued by a European government.
Wedlake Bell
If Mr Beavis had succeeded with his appeal there would have been serious repercussions for the car park management world as this model for funding "free" car parking is widespread in retail centres across the land.
Wedlake Bell
Property tycoon Manny Davidson is facing both a family feud and an IHT catastrophe. Eleanor Metcalf explains how to avoid inheritance tax nightmares through careful planning...
Reed Smith
The Modern Slavery Act was passed in March 2015. Large businesses will be required to report annually on their efforts to ensure the business and its supply chains are free of slavery and human trafficking.
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