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Opportunities for private real estate debt in the UAE and KSA

27 May 2018

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Private debt is rather limited in the Middle East, with the vast majority of debt being provided by commercial banks. Challenges with respect to foreclosure/bankruptcy laws, lack of market data and understanding of risk and reward metrics have been some of...

The New Spring for Securitisation

23 May 2018

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There have, over the last year, been clear signs of a sustainable revival in the securitisation markets. Even though the Securitisation Regulation does not apply until next year, there has already been a notable increase in the use of securitisation techniques,...

Directors' contracts – clarity at long last

22 May 2018

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In its April 2018 judgment in the MIDESTA case, the Grand Chamber of the Czech Supreme Court reversed its long-held – and rather notorious - view on the interplay between corporate and employment law in the field of contracts governing the terms of office...

International Regulatory Update 14 -18 May 2018

22 May 2018

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.

This week at the UK regulators - 21 May 2018

21 May 2018

Publication

This week at the UK regulators is a weekly alerter providing views on the publications issued by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority during the last week. It provides a quick way to keep up to speed with what is going on in UK...

Skončil (sou)běh na dlouhou trať?

18 May 2018

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Rozsudkem ve věci žalobce MIDESTA z dubna 2018 revidoval velký senát Nejvyššího soudu dosavadní judikaturu NS k tzv. souběhům pracovního poměru a funkce člena orgánu obchodní společnosti. Jaké...

No Oral Modification Clauses Upheld

17 May 2018

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The Supreme Court has decided that the commercial desirability of no oral variation (or modification) clauses in contracts overrides any conceptual difficulty in their application.  If parties include such a clause in their contract, then the contract can...