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International Regulatory Update 9 – 13 September 2019

17 September 2019

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.

Busting Bitcoin's anonymity - the implications for financial institutions

13 September 2019

Publication

A deliberate design feature of Bitcoin is that it enables users to buy or sell anything without revealing their identity. Yet, paradoxically, all Bitcoin transactions are stored publicly and permanently on blockchain. Now, as seen in recent cases, enterprising...

Out of the Toolbox and Ready for Use: Antitrust Arbitration

12 September 2019

Publication

For the first time since the passage of the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1996, the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division announced that it will use binding arbitration to resolve a dispositive issue regarding market definition. If successfully...

German draft law clarifies licence requirements for own account trading

12 September 2019

Publication

On 5 September 2019, the German Federal Government has proposed an amendment to the German Banking Act (KWG) which clarifies German licence requirements for cross-border own account trading (Eigengeschäft) by non-EEA entities. As such, the proposal is in particular...