The financial sector faces unprecedented challenges as the most far-reaching set of reforms in the history of the industry are implemented. Our expertise in international financial regulation means that we are able to work with clients to help them adapt their businesses to the new demands they face.
Our expertise in international financial regulation means that we are able to work with clients to help them adapt their businesses to the new demands they face.
White Paper published: The applicability of US risk retention rules to structured aircraft portfolio transactions
Clifford Chance partners Zarrar Sehgal, Gareth Old and Lee Askenazi, together with lawyers from four other US law firms, have published a White Paper on the application of new US credit risk retention rules which come into effect in December 2016. The paper argues that the new rules should not apply to structured aircraft portfolio transactions. Read more here.
New book published: Bank Resolution and Crisis Management, Law and Practice by Simon Gleeson and Randall Guynn
Clifford Chance partner Simon Gleeson has co-authored a new book, Bank Resolution and Crisis Management, Law and Practice (2016: OUP), the only comprehensive guide to the new resolution regimes and strategies for resolving banks (both retail and investment), including coverage of the European, U.S. and international frameworks. For more information, see the Oxford University Press website.
The new EU benchmarks regulation: What you need to know
EU law makers are finalising the text of the new Regulation on financial benchmarks. Read more here
The SFTR - new EU rules for securities financing transactions and collateral
The EU Securities FinancingTransactions Regulation is integral to the European Commission's strategy to reduce perceived shadow banking risks. Read more about the issues for the market here.