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Jonathan Hill steps down: Jonathan Hill has
announced he will step down as the Commissioner in charge of
Financial Stability, Financial Services and the Capital Markets
Treasury makes EU MAR Regulations: Treasury has
made the legislation that amends UK laws in time for EU MAR to take
effect on 3 July.
PRA makes rules for contractual recognition of
bail-in: PRA has made rules and a supervisory statement
setting out its expectations for firms subject to the BRRD in
respect of contractual recognition of bail-in.
FATF reports from plenary: FATF has published
the results of its plenary meeting in Korea. It has suspended its
call for countermeasures against Iran, replacing it instead with an
enhanced due diligence requirement.
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You are cordially invited to our workshop on processing of employees’ personal data in light of the new EU Regulation on Personal Data Protection (GDPR). The meeting is organized by Dentons together with the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland.
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The Financial Conduct Authority FCA has published the interim feedback to the call for input to the post-implementation review of the FCA's crowdfunding rules (FS16/13) (the Interim Feedback Report)...
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