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Recent developments in OTC derivatives regulations in Japan

23 October 2014

Publication

The Financial Services Agency of Japan (FSA) has recently published a wide range of amendments and proposed amendments to OTC derivatives regulations as regards mandatory clearing, trade reporting and margin requirements, among other things.  This note provides...

Shareholder Rights Directive II – is it on your radar?

22 October 2014

Publication

Earlier this year the Commission published a proposal to amend the 2007 Shareholder Rights Directive (the Directive). Both the original Directive and its proposed replacement are first and foremost instruments of company law, with improved corporate governance...

Clifford Chance advises UKAR on sale of mortgage portfolio for £2.7bn

22 October 2014

News

International law firm Clifford Chance has advised UK Asset Resolution Limited (UKAR) on the sale of a portfolio of performing residential mortgage loans worth £2.7bn to a consortium made up of J.P. Morgan and British specialist lender Commercial First. UKAR is...

International Regulatory Update 13 – 17 October 2014

21 October 2014

Publication

Clifford Chance's International Regulatory Update is a weekly digest of significant regulatory developments affecting banking and investment banking business, drawing on our daily content from our Alerter: Finance Industry service.

EMIR: CCPs and Trade Repositories

17 October 2014

Publication

The market infrastructure to support EU derivatives reforms is quickly taking shape. This year has seen the first authorisations of EU central counterparties (CCPs), triggering the first clearing obligation procedure under the EU regulation on OTC derivatives,...

Thailand: Creditors, guarantors and mortgagors

17 October 2014

Publication

A guarantor or mortgagor may legally waive their rights in favour of a creditor or assume liability for a debtor's obligations. In practice, however, creditors may not enforce the mortgage or demand performance of the debtor's obligations from the guarantor...

New Petroleum Law: The Future of Oil & Gas in Mozambique

15 October 2014

Publication

Due to significant natural gas discoveries in 2013, Mozambique has become the focus of attention for numerous international oil companies.  In response, the Mozambican Parliament approved Petroleum Law (Law No. 21/2014) on 14 August 2014, repealing the previous...