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The Impact of Brexit on Debt Capital Markets

On 23 June 2016, the UK electorate voted in favour of exiting the European Union. Whilst the UK will not leave the EU in the immediate future, issuers of, and investors in, existing debt capital market transactions or those...more

Applying for a German Banking or Financial Services Licence

Due to Brexit developments, for many non-European investors the option to acquire a German banking or financial licence, including the attached benefit of being able to use the European passport regime, is a part of their...more

Brexit for asset managers and fund managers - don’t panic, it may not be as bad as it at first appears!

UK regulated fund managers and asset managers should bear in mind that, while the Brexit vote has occurred, this does not bind the UK Parliament. As of the date of writing (6 July 2016), the process of withdrawal under...more

EU Referendum – what does it mean for alternative capital providers?

The UK referendum has caused uncertainty in the financial services industry, but what does it mean for alternative capital providers? And could it create some business opportunities? Alternative capital providers are...more

Beyond Bitcoin: Blockchain - The Essential Building Block in Designing the Future

Bitcoin relies on its peer-to-peer network to do two things: maintain the authoritative ledger of transactions and issue new currency. The application of the blockchain is anticipated to extend far beyond financial services...more

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published advice on the extension of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers...

For Jersey and Guernsey, the ESMA Advice was positive: no obstacles exist to the extension of the AIFMD passport to these jurisdictions. AIFMD Article 67 envisages that a delegated act will follow within three months to...more

What should UK and non EU AIFMs be doing now and how can we help?

The AIFMD trigger date occurred on 22 July this year, with a 12-month transitional period (TP) in place in the UK for (i) existing UK managers of AIFs (UK AIFMs), and (ii) non-EU managers of AIFs (Non-EU AIFMs) actively...more

10/8/2013  /  AIFM , AIFMD , EU , UK
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