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EU Securitisation Regulation - A sting in the tail?

13 July 2017

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The EU Securitisation Regulation, long in the pipeline, reached a significant milestone on 11 July when the provisionally agreed text was approved on behalf of the European Parliament (having previously been agreed on behalf of the Council on 28 June). While in...

The Repeal Bill - what to watch out for

7 July 2017

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It has been rumoured that the UK Government will shortly lay before Parliament a ‘Repeal Bill’ (the Bill formerly known as the “Great” Repeal Bill), which will provide that EU law that was applicable to the UK immediately before Brexit continues...

Too Big To Fail? Details of Hong Kong's New Resolution Regime

6 July 2017

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When the Financial Institutions (Resolution) Ordinance (FIRO) and the Financial Institutions (Resolution) (Protected Arrangements) Regulation becomes effective on 7 July 2017, the landscape in Hong Kong for the recovery and resolution of financial institutions...

French enthusiasm for crowdfunding

26 June 2017

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In favour of this new means of financing, France has rapidly adopted a secure legislative framework which, by its simplicity and its flexibility, is fostering the creation of crowdfunding platforms.

'Make our planet great again' - Green, Social and Sustainability Bonds

23 June 2017

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This short alert highlights some of the key themes discussed at the Green Bond Principles 3rd AGM and Annual Conference in Paris on 14 June 2017, the changes made to the Green Bond Principles and the launch of the Social Bond Principles and Sustainability Bond...

Political Agreement reached on the Securitisation Regulation

14 June 2017

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On 30 May 2017 political agreement was reached among the European Commission, the Council and the Parliament on the EU Securitisation Regulation. This is a major milestone in the legislative process begun by the European Commission on 30 September 2015.

A Slice Of MFN With That Incremental Loan

6 June 2017

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In recent trends, borrowers have been negotiating expansive exceptions to most favored nation ("MFN") clauses for incremental loans in order to optimize flexibility and minimize costs for future financings.  As described herein, the ever-lasting...