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A global shift: opportunities in a changing landscape

19 February 2019


Welcome to this year’s review of global M&A. We look ahead to some of the trends that may shape M&A in 2019, a year where successful boards and investors will identify opportunity amid the challenges of trade tensions, political uncertainty and increasing...

Pros and Cons of the OCC's New Fintech Charter

10 August 2018


On July 31, 2018, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (the "OCC") announced that it will begin to accept special purpose national bank charter applications from financial technology ("FinTech") companies. Concurrently, the OCC published...

Clifford Chance launches Tech Academy

5 April 2018


Leading international law firm Clifford Chance announces it has launched a global training programme that is dedicated to learning and development in the Technology space. Clifford Chance's Tech Academy provides staff and partners with a combination of online training...

US Tax Reform: Who comes out ahead?

21 December 2017


On December 20, 2017, Congress voted to enact the most sweeping US tax reform bill in decades. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will reduce business tax rates and revamp the US international tax system. While the President may not sign the Act until January 2018,...

SEC publishes IFRS taxonomy and proposes to require Inline XBRL

20 March 2017


The US Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") will require foreign private issuers that are subject to US public reporting requirements and that prepare financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS")...

SEC Provides Updated Guidance on Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures

2 June 2016


In May 2016, the SEC staff released an updated set of compliance and disclosure interpretations to address compliance issues under Regulation G and Item 10(e) of Regulation S-K.  The publication of this guidance follows several months of signaling in speeches...