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New Jersey Man Prosecuted for Funneling Campaign Contributions from Foreign Source

Much of the U.S. media overlooked a Bill of Information filed in United States District Court in New Jersey on June 29. The information charged Bilal Shehu, an Albanian immigrant, with unlawfully funneling $80,000 from a...more

Brexit: How will it impact asset and fund managers?

Following the result of the UK referendum on 23 June 2016 to leave the EU, there is still a considerable amount of uncertainty about the impact of the decision on the financial services industry, including asset and fund...more

Quarterly Investment Update - 2nd Quarter 2016

Stock Market Commentary - The markets endured much drama in the two weeks leading up to quarter - end as the surprise exit of the U.K. from the European Union rattled investors. Brexit knocked over 5% off of the S&P...more

Brexit Will Cause Deal Flow Reduction

Britain's historic vote to exit the European Union has sent shock waves throughout the global economy and will certainly have economic and political repercussions for years. How will the vote impact U.S. real...more

Congressmen Question IPO Fees

Congressman Himes (CT) and eight other members of Congress wrote to FINRA and to the Securities and Exchange Commission questioning the typical 7% gross spread in U.S. IPOs. The letter appears to have been prompted by a...more

Investment Funds Update - Europe: Legal and regulatory updates for the funds industry from the key asset management centres and...

Brexit: UK Votes to Leave EU - The 23 June 2016 referendum on the UK’s continued membership of the EU resulted in a vote to leave the EU. Under the EU Treaty, the exit process should take at least two years. During...more

Brexit: Potential consequences on CEE / SEE finance

On 23 June 2016, the UK electorate voted to leave the European Union (EU) in a so-called 'Brexit' referendum. The full implications of Brexit are unknown and unknowable at this time as the referendum decision will need to be...more

Brexit for Fund Managers: Time for Cool Heads

The UK electorate voted to leave the European Union (EU) in the “Brexit” referendum held on 23 June 2016. This note looks at the practical impact of a Brexit for fund managers, including possible solutions in the event that...more

UK Financial Regulatory Developments - July 2016 #3

CPS pursuing assets in land banking fraud case - Four directors, two of whom had already been disqualified as directors by the Financial Services Authority (now FCA), have been convicted of conspiracy to defraud,...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 7.5.16

Even with US markets shrugging off the Brexit [maybe?] by the end of last week, the effects of the split are FAR from over. One recent ripple: Standard Life Investments UK Real Estate mutual fund—which invests in high-end...more

BRACING for BREXIT - after the shock, what now?

To the shock of corporate Britain the UK voted last week, by 52% to 48%, to leave the European Union. Within hours of the referendum result the British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that he would be standing down...more

IN Detail [In the Know]

IN numbers - 82 billion The expected amount, in U.S. dollars, generated for the U.S. economy by the first operational rules for routine use of small unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, known as Part 107. (Source:...more

The UK’s Referendum on Membership of the European Union – An Update

This is an update to our Alert published on 24 June 2016 on the result of the UK’s Referendum on membership in the European Union (“EU”). We consider in this Alert some of the immediate and longer-term consequences of the...more

Market Abuse Regulation: Implications for Issuers of Debt Securities

The Market Abuse Regulation (“MAR”) will take effect on 3 July 2016. MAR contains rules on insider dealing, unlawful disclosure of inside information and market manipulation that will apply in the European Economic Area...more

Brexit – Okay, I Really Do Care!  (I Think)

Back in early April I observed in this commentary that I wasn’t really sure how much Brexit mattered, at least here in North America. Of course, looking back, I realized we issued it on April Fool’s Day and now I simply...more

Brexit: Some Initial Thoughts on Prospectus Requirements for Issuers Offering Financial Securities in the UK/EU

The United Kingdom has voted in a referendum by a narrow majority to leave the European Union (“Brexit”). The outcome of the referendum will have far-reaching consequences on financial markets and international capital...more

EU Bail-In Legislation

The global financial crisis hit Europe especially hard, in large part because countries could not let their banking systems fail and the resultant governmental support of troubled banks caused systemic financial stress. The...more

Examples of Brexit Disclosures in SEC Filings

As Broc Romanek noted on the TheCorporateCounsel.net, a number of SEC filings discussing Brexit have been made. I have noted some of the disclosures below, focusing on those that have been made since the vote result was...more

UK Referendum: Impact of ‘Brexit’ on UK/EU Financial Services

There are two substantive issues: the first relates to the rules faced by UK firms in undertaking domestic UK financial services business and whether these will be amended/repealed since the UK will no longer be subject to...more

Singapore and the Brexit Effect

On 23 June, 52% of UK voters voted in favour of leaving the European Union, which has generated considerable uncertainty about the United Kingdom’s future relationship with Europe and, as a result, the wider world, including...more

Five Ways that Brexit Will Complicate Cross-Border M&A

This week's referendum in the UK and the decision for Great Britain to exit the European Union (EU) has caused turmoil in financial markets. For M&A practitioners, however, the impact is only just beginning. Below are five...more

Battle of the Somme Week – Part III: Lessons from Brexit

There have been a plethora of new books about the Battle of the Somme. Daniel Todman reviewed several in an article for the Financial Times (FT), entitled “Stories of the Somme”. One of the books reviewed, Breakdown: The...more

Brexit Sending Political and Financial Shockwaves Out

On June 23, 2016, the UK held a referendum, and a slim but sufficient 51.9% majority voted in favor of the UK leaving the European Union. With the change comes some political upheaval as Prime Minister David Cameron announced...more

Brexit - What Now For Your Business

So, the UK has voted to leave the EU. Everyone has their own opinion and we've all seen the news reports and various viewpoints but what does this result mean for you in practical terms and where do we go from here? Here's...more

Brexit: What Now?

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. The vote is not legally binding but Prime Minister David Cameron has already acknowledged that the will of the people must be followed. We consider the key preliminary...more

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