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The World In U.S. Courts - Fall 2017

FSIA Does Not Exempt US Bank from Subpoena for Production of Records of Accounts Maintained by Central Bank of Nigeria - The World in U.S. Courts: Fall 2017 - Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act (FSIA)/Political Question Doctrine....more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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As we’ve been expecting, the DOJ announced yesterday that it was suing to block AT&T’s $84.5 billion bid for Time Warner over antitrust concerns....more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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Breakingviews is all about new GE CEO John Flannery’s quest for the “soul” of the company, but it’s also very interested in less philosophical matters—especially on the heels of GE halving dividends....more

Who can sue for breach of the non-payment terms of a bearer note?

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Secure Capital SA (SC) was the owner of the entire beneficial interest in a series of notes issued by Credit Suisse (the Notes). The Notes were governed by English law and issued in bearer form. SC held its interest in the...more

No contractual recourse against issuer for investor in bearer notes

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Secure Capital SA v Credit Suisse AG [2015] EWHC 388 (Comm), 24 February 2015 and [2017] EWCA Civ 1486, 6 October 2017 - An investor in longevity notes had no right of recourse against the issuer for breach of contract as...more

Undisclosed Fees, Conflicts Yield SEC Sanctions for Adviser

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Undisclosed conflicts, fees and overcharges have become a recurring theme in Commission cases involving investment advisers. Frequently these cases arise out of inspections by OCIE. See, e.g., In the Matter of Credit Suisse...more

Judgments

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No duty to obtain best price reasonable in a forced sale – upheld by Court of Appeal - (1) Rosserlane Consultants Ltd (2) Swinbrook Developments Ltd v. Credit Suisse International [2017] EWCA Civ 91 - This was the...more

A five minute roundup of upcoming cases and anticipated regulatory developments of interest to the Financial Services sector

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Welcome to the fourth edition of our On the Financial Services Horizon newsletter – a regular update on upcoming cases and anticipated regulatory developments affecting the Financial Services sector....more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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The Fed wrapped up its Open Market Committee meeting yesterday without any change in interest rates but with an expression of confidence in the economy, despite Q1’s sub-1 percent growth figure (which it dubbed “transitory”)....more

SEC Charges Credit Suisse With Overcharging Advisory Clients

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The Commission has brought a series of settled cases in recent months centered on charges that advisory clients in wrap fee programs were not told the amount of “trading away” fees – additional fees incurred when a...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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Navient Corp., facing CFPB allegations that it didn’t live up to its promises of helping its 12 million customers manage their loans, now has a two-faced problem after a recently filed motion to dismiss in which it argued...more

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Prepaid card company NetSpend has reached a $53 million settlement with the FTC to resolve claims that the company “deceived customers about when and whether they could access money they deposited on its reloadable debit...more

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The FHLB Boston’s $5.9 billion MBS case against Morgan Stanley, UBS, and Credit Suisse, is back in Massachusetts state court—a result of the Supreme Court’s Lightfoot v. Cendant Mortgage case that held that Fannie Mae’s...more

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The recent US rejection of the TPP will have wide-reaching effects in Asia. Among them is the strong likelihood of 80s-style trade warring between Japan and the US....more

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On the heels of Deutsche Bank’s $7.2 billion deal, Credit Suisse has finalized the terms of its own MBS-related settlement. The Swiss bank will pay $5.3 billion to resolve claims that it misled investors about the standards...more

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The headline a few days ago was the arrest of VW exec Oliver Schmidt during an ill-advised trip to Miami last week. But the DOJ also indicted five other top executives over their role in VW’s emissions cheating scandal. No...more

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The December 22 announcement that Deutsche Bank had settled with the DOJ over long-standing RMBS-related claims and investigations for a reported $7.2 billion prompted this Times long-read that traced the Icarus-like rise and...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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In the ongoing battle over almost $38 billion in securities at issue in post-crisis-era lawsuits, the big banks are pushing hard for appellate courts to blow up the Firrea extender provision and find that the DOJ waited too...more

This Week In Securities Litigation

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The Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated decision in Salman this week, essentially reaffirming its seminal decision on illegal tipping in Dirks. In affirming the Petitioner’s conviction the Court rejected his...more

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Blackstone is spinning off a new housing maintenance and rental venture in the form of Invitation Homes LP, which could see an IPO as early as January 2017. Invitation Homes is the culmination of a four-year, $10 billion...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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All those traders excited about a burgeoning US economy ahead may want to keep an eye on the commercial real estate market, which is seeing a rise in defaults and delinquencies as pre-crisis 10-year loans come due....more

Roundup of upcoming cases and anticipated UK regulatory developments

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Cases to watch - Taberna Europe CDO II plc v Selskabet AF1 (in bankruptcy) – can a party who purchases subordinated loan notes in the secondary market from a third party claim directly against the issuer for...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

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Wells Fargo is well past the rain, the pouring, and even the flooding. So why not possible liability for its RMBS practices? As part of an SEC disclosure, the bank acknowledge that it’s “in discussion” with the RMBS Working...more

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Italy’s struggling lender Monte Dei Paschi is cutting jobs and closing branches in an effort to revive the world’s oldest bank (and maybe save Siena in the process)....more

Bridging the Week - October 2016

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CME Group Settles With Trading Firm for Spoofing-Type Offenses, Holding It Strictly Liable for Acts of Agents; Orders Disgorgement of Profits - CME Group brought and settled disciplinary actions against Geneva Trading...more

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