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BEA Filing Deadline Looms For US Persons With Foreign Affiliates

Every five years, the US Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) conducts a survey concerning the extent of investment abroad by US individuals and entities (US persons). In the past, only US persons...more

ESMA Responds to Prospective Directive and Securitization Consultations

ESMA has responded to the European Commission’s consultations on the Prospective Directive and Securitization, recommending, in relation to prospectuses, an approach that would facilitate access to capital, while stressing...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - May 2015 #3

In This Issue: - Application of EU Requirements for Remuneration Policies for Small and Non-Complex Firms Confirmed - US Regulators Issue the Final Interpretation on Forward Contracts with Embedded Volumetric...more

FinCEN Recognizes Law Enforcement Agencies For Use of BSA Data, Holds First-Ever Law Enforcement Awards Ceremony

On May 12, FinCEN held its first-ever Law Enforcement Awards, recognizing law enforcement agencies that made effective use of BSA data in criminal investigations which lead to a successful prosecution. The awards were...more

OFAC on Bitcoin—Learning Before Actively Regulating

Before a government agency issues regulations implementing a new law—or applies existing regulations to a new technology—it has to do some groundwork. The agency will interpret its authorizing legislation and executive...more

Commerce Reissues BE-13 Reporting Requirements for Foreign Businesses

Although the BE-13 requirements for foreign companies investing in the United States should be old news by now, there are an increasing number of questions on this issue. The new regulations were put in place in 2014, and...more

CFTC Ownership and Control Reports

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”), the federal agency that regulates trading in futures and other derivatives in the United States, has long maintained and operated a Large Trader Reporting System (“LTRS”) as...more

Further Delays in Transatlantic Clearing Accord

Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Timothy Massad, and Jonathan Hill, European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, released a joint statement on May 7 relating to the...more

High Court Clarifies Approval Process For ESMA Inspections

In this case report, we consider the High Court’s judgment in European Securities and Markets Authority v DTCC Derivatives Repository Limited [2015] EWHC 1085 (Ch), in which the High Court clarified the process that the...more

China Regulatory Enforcement Quarterly - Q1 – 2015 |

Inside This Issue: - Executive Summary - PRC Legal and Regulatory Updates - Major Enforcement News - China Communist Party Titles 101 - AIC Penalties Increase Risk of Dual Enforcement Actions - Frequently Asked...more

SEC Proposes Rules for Security-based Swap Activity of Non-US Persons in the United States

On April 29, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed some additional rules for security-based swaps (SBS) that reflect a firm belief (shared by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission) that derivatives activity...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - May 2015

In this issue: - US Federal Banking Agencies Issue Guidance on Regulation Z and Regulation X - European Banking Authority Consults on Identification Methodology for Global Systemically Important Institutions...more

FinCEN Seeks to Curb Trade-Based Money Laundering Through Lowered Reporting Threshold

On April 21, 2015, the U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) issued a Geographic Targeting Order (“GTO”) lowering reporting thresholds and triggering additional recordkeeping requirements...more

Corporate & Financial Weekly Digest - Volume X, Issue 17

In this issue: - SEC Proposes New Pay-for-Performance Rules - NASAA Launches a Streamlined Filing Process for Form D - CFTC Proposal Eases Trade Option Obligations for Non-SD/MSP Counterparties -...more

This Week In Securities Litigation

The SEC announced its first whistleblower award in a retaliation case this week. The agency also brought an insider trading case, an action against an investment adviser, its general counsel and auditor based on a conflict, a...more

SEC Proposes Title VII Regulatory Framework for Non-US Dealers Transacting in the United States

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) reproposed rules addressing the application of certain requirements under Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act (the “Reproposal”) to non-U.S. persons dealing in...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - April 2015 #4

In this issue: - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Seeks Comment on Potential New Deposit Account Records Requirements for Banks with a Large Number of Deposit Accounts - Basel Committee Removes Selected...more

DOJ and International Investment Bank Enter Into Plea Agreement to Resolve LIBOR Manipulation Claims, Bank Agrees to Pay $2.5...

On April 23, the DOJ announced that an international investment bank and its subsidiary agreed to plead guilty to wire fraud for its alleged conduct, spanning from 2003 through 2011, in manipulating the London Interbank...more

"Assessing the Impact of Post-Financial Crisis Regulation"

The financial crisis of 2008 demonstrated that the then-existing financial regulatory system was in need of substantial repair. By any measure, the financial regulatory reform that has followed has been extensive. In areas...more

Bridging the Week - April 2015 #4

Volcker Alliance Calls for CFTC and SEC Merger Among Other Financial Oversight Agencies’ Reform - A not-for-profit think tank headed by Paul Volcker, former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve...more

Canada’s Federal Budget 2015: A Significant Boost to Canadian LNG and Resources

In its last budget before a fall election, the Canadian federal government made a number of new spending commitments in energy and resources area, and also made significant changes to the tax and financing regime for...more

Financial Conduct Authority Fines U.S. Bank Subsidiary $19.8 Million for Reporting Failures

On April 22, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) fined a subsidiary of U.S.-based bank approximately £13 million ($19.8 million) for (i) improperly reporting more than 35 million various client transactions, ranging from...more

Generation ¥ RMB: The New Global Currency

In this issue: - Foreword - Executive summary - Part 1: The big picture - A&O view: Coming to China and carrying renminbi - Part 2: Why paying in RMB is paying off - A&O view:...more

Deutsche Bank Settles LIBOR Charges With FCA, DOJ, CFTC, NY State

Deutsche Bank paid $2.519 billion in fines and disgorgement, a subsidiary pleaded guilty to criminal charges and the parent entered into a three year deferred prosecution agreement which requires a monitor to resolve charges...more

New Reporting Requirements Regarding Foreign Investment and Ownership

This article originally was published in the Winter 2015 Edition of the Dechert Private Equity Newsletter but has been updated to reflect recent guidance from the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Affairs (BEA) on...more

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