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International Investment Arbitration in Europe: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - March 2016 #4

In this week's newsletter, we provide a snapshot of the principal US, European and global financial regulatory developments of interest to banks, investment firms, broker-dealers, market infrastructure providers, asset...more

European Central Bank Regulation Harmonizes Options and Discretions Applicable to Large Eurozone Banks

The European Central Bank Regulation on the exercise of options and discretions relating to the prudential requirements for credit institutions was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The prudential...more

European Central Bank Proposes Guide for Recognition of Institutional Protection Schemes

The European Central Bank launched a consultation on its proposed guide to the recognition of institutional protection schemes for prudential purposes. Under the Capital Requirements Regulation an IPS is a contractual or...more

Financial Regulatory Developments Focus - January 2016

In this week's newsletter, we provide a snapshot of the principal US, European and global financial regulatory developments of interest to banks, investment firms, broker-dealers, market infrastructure providers, asset...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 12.3.15

Fed Chair Janet Yellen is doing all she can to soften the blow of (or at least sufficiently prep the markets for, bond traders be damned) the seemingly inevitable Fed interest rate liftoff at the Fed’s December meeting. ...more

Resolving Austria’s HETA - Major Milestone for the European Bank Resolution Regime

The first bank resolution under the new European bank resolution regime is currently taking place in Austria: the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA), the official government regulator for banks, funds and financial...more

Banking Disputes Quarterly - Q3 2015

No sooner has talk of a Greek exit from the Eurozone dropped off the front pages than another possible EU shake-up is hitting the headlines, with Prime Minister David Cameron announcing that a referendum on the UK’s...more

New Greek Ban on Shorting Shares of Five Greek Banks

On September 30, the Greek national financial regulator, the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission (HCMC), announced that is has imposed an extended ban on the short-selling of Greek bank shares––by any persons anywhere in the...more

Antitrust Matters - September 2015

Antitrust investigations are no longer limited to a nation’s borders, or even to a region. Enforcers are more and more sharing information and coordinating their investigative efforts as they strive to uniformly enforce the...more

Manufacturing Outlook - July 2015 - 2015 Q3

Welcome to the 2015q3 Manufacturing Outlook report in partnership with DLA Piper. It has been an eventful summer in the world economy; while not quite four seasons in one day, we’ve seen the future of the eurozone on the...more

Forex Dealer Members—The Times, They Are A-changing

On January 15, 2015, two days after the Swiss National Bank reaffirmed its commitment to a three-year peg on the franc, and less than a month after stating that the cap was “absolutely central,” and it would continue to...more

Distressed Download - July 2015

First Circuit Rules Bankruptcy Code Preempts Puerto Rico's Recovery Act - On Monday, July 6, the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit affirmed the February 6, 2015 order and injunction of the Puerto Rico District...more

Grexit Deferred: The End of the Beginning for Greece?

For want of a baker, a job was lost. For want of a job, the economy was lost. For want of an economy, the banking system collapsed. For want of a banking system – well, ultimately Grexit....more

Grexit Deferred: The End of the Beginning for Greece?

For want of a baker, a job was lost. For want of a job, the economy was lost. For want of an economy, the banking system collapsed. For want of a banking system – well, ultimately Grexit....more

Grexit: Grief or Gift?

On July 5, the Greeks voted emphatically against their creditors’ proposals. Earlier that week, the IMF released a report in which it recommended a comprehensive recover plan that included a debt relief or a debt moratorium...more

Eurozone Crisis Update: Deadline looms for Greek debt proposals

The Greek government has until midnight, Brussels time, on Thursday 9 July 2015 to submit its new debt proposals to its international creditors. Eurozone leaders were disappointed on 7 July when no substantive...more

EU Court of Justice finds OMT programme for purchase of government bonds not contrary to EU Treaties

In a judgment handed down on 16 June 2015, in the first ever preliminary reference made from Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht), in Peter Gauweiler and Others v Deutscher Bundestag (Case...more

US trends affecting the European leveraged loan market

The buoyant leveraged finance market in Europe has been continuing to develop in sophistication and depth this year, particularly as regards sponsor friendly terms, as global sponsors and their advisers apply their...more

US trends affecting the European leveraged loan market

The buoyant leveraged finance market in Europe has been continuing to develop in sophistication and depth this year, particularly as regards sponsor friendly terms, as global sponsors and their advisers apply their...more

Austerity's Achilles' heel - The economic landscape looks fairly stark across the eurozone, as public budgets remain stubbornly...

For the past five years, members of the European monetary union have been swinging the axe at public budgets to rebalance their books. Europe’s age of austerity has been grueling and, for some, there is no end in...more

Bank Resolution in Greece

The result of Sunday’s (5 July 2015) referendum which rejected the latest proposed bailout by the European authorities was unequivocal. The next steps in this crisis are far less clear, ranging from a swift renegotiation of...more

Eurozone Crisis: Possible Outcomes

There is no precedent for a country leaving the Euro, and speculation continues as to how the crisis will unfold, and what the consequences would be of an exit of a member. There is uncertainty around various scenarios, not...more

A Short Guide to the Implications for the Imposition of Capital Controls in Greece

Following the recent event over the weekend (27/28 June 2015), we set out below a short guide on the current status in Greece. Background - Months of negotiations on a deal to restructure Greece’s debts appear...more

European Court Sides with the United Kingdom on Euro Clearing

On March 4, Europe’s second-highest court ruled in favor of the United Kingdom in a long-running dispute with the European Central Bank (ECB) regarding the latter’s right to mandate that central counterparties (CCPs) clearing...more

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