Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - February 17, 2012

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In this issue;

- SEC Issues New C&DI on Description of Say-on-Pay Advisory Vote on Proxy Card and Voting Instruction Form

- Treasury Form SHC and Private Fund Advisers

- SEC Revises the "Qualified Client" Standards for Registered Investment Advisers

- Court Addresses Challenges to Adequacy of Lead Plaintiff in Consolidated Class Action

- Agencies Issue Final Rules On Summary of Benefits for Health Plans and Insurance Coverage Under PPACA

- Deadline to Request Review Under the Independent Foreclosure Review Extended to July 31

- Agencies Issue Guidance on Junior Lien Loan Loss Allowances

- OCC Announces Reduction of Printing and Mailing

- Some European Short Selling Restrictions Lifted

- OFT Indicates Possible Bank Competition Investigation

- Former Corporate Broking Managing Director Fined £350,000 for Inside Information Disclosure

An excerpt from "Former Corporate Broking Managing Director Fined £350,000 for Inside Information Disclosure"

On February 16, following on from the disciplinary actions against David Einhorn, Greenlight Capital, Alexander Ten-Holter and Caspar Agnew reported in the January 27, 2012 and February 3, 2012 editions of Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest, the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) published a further final notice and announced that it had imposed a fine of £350,000 (approximately $550,000) on Andrew Osborne, a former Corporate Broking Managing Director of a major investment bank, for engaging in market abuse by improperly disclosing inside information ahead of a significant equity fundraising by Punch Taverns Plc (Punch) in June 2009.

Please see full newsletter below for more information.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Securities Updates

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