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Clifford Chance

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The bank trilemma

10 November 2011

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From Basel III to the Independent Commission on Banking (ICB) and the Financial Transaction Tax (FTT), proposed new regulations will have a far-reaching impact on the way banks do business. Journalist Brian Thompson hears Clifford Chance partners discuss how...

The Eurozone Crisis and Eurobond Documentation

20 December 2011

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The Eurozone crisis continues to dominate the global economic landscape. What was unthinkable last month – a discussion about the possibility of a Eurozone member departing from the currency union – has now been touched on publicly by leaders of European...

Italian Government Guarantees - Easing the pressure on Italian Banks

23 December 2011

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The Italian government has reacted to the financial crisis by adopting Legislative Decree No. 201/2011 (the "Decree") which contemplates several stability measures. As far as the Italian banking system is concerned, Article 8 of the Decree provides...

New transparency regime for cash-settled derivatives

20 September 2011

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For some years now, regulators in Italy and at the European level have focused on the need for greater transparency for holdings of cash-settled derivative instruments, mainly because these instruments may be used with an intent to elude the law. While debate...

Nuovo regime di trasparenza per derivati cash-settled

20 September 2011

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La necessità di un regime di trasparenza ad hoc per la detenzione di strumenti finanziari derivati cash settled è da alcuni anni ormai al centro dell'attenzione dei regulators - a livello nazionale e comunitario - in considerazione delle finalità elusive...

Eligible collateral: Expanded for credit institutions as ECB 'STEPs' in

26 September 2011

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Currently, in order to be eligible as collateral for Eurosystem monetary policy operations, securities issued by credit institutions have to be admitted to trading on a regulated market in the EEA. From 1 January 2012, this will be expanded to include securities...