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Treasury makes ELTIF Regulations

Treasury has made the European Long Term Investment Funds (ELTIF) Regulations, which come into force on 3 December. The Regulations amend...more

Treasury makes Transparency Regulations

Treasury has made the Transparency Regulations 2015, which amend the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) in line with the Transparency Directive. The Regulations make changes in respect of...more

UK Partnerships – Proposed Collective Investment Scheme Legislation Amendments

On July 23, as part of the proposals announced in the Summer Budget by the Right Honourable George Osborne MP, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Her Majesty’s Treasury published a paper (Consultation Paper) in which certain...more

ICAP – one fine too many?

On 4 February 2015, the European Commission (Commission) fined cash broker ICAP plc (ICAP) €14.9 million for its involvement in the Japanese Yen (JPY) LIBOR cartel. Unlike the other participants in the alleged cartel, ICAP...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

FHFA Updates Requirements for Freddie and Fannie Sales of Non-Performing Loans - On March 2, FHFA announced changes to requirements for sales of non-performing loans (NPLs) by Freddie and Fannie to reduce the number of...more

UK Prospectus Regulations 2013

On May 14, the UK Prospectus Regulations 2013 and an accompanying explanatory memorandum were published. These regulations amend sections of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) as part of the implementation of...more

The Financial Services Act 2012 – Misleading Statements, Impressions and Financial Promotions

Background - In our previous DechertOnPoints, The Draft Financial Services Bill in the Contextof the Proposed New UK Financial Regulatory Structure and Draft UK Financial Services Bill and the New UK Financial...more

Consultation on Draft Secondary Legislation to Regulate LIBOR

On November 28, HM Treasury published a consultation paper on draft secondary legislation to regulate LIBOR and make its manipulation a criminal offence....more

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