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- Banking and finance disputes review
Welcome to the latest edition of the Banking and finance disputes review, the journal which analyses developments in dispute resolution relevant to financial institutions. Click here (United Kingdom) bankruptcy,insolvency,headlines,articles ...
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- Invitation | Trade treaties and investor-state disputes; what will change post-Brexit?
Norton Rose Fulbright and EFILA invite you to attend a panel discussion on trade, foreign investment and investor-state dispute settlement post-Brexit. Click here (London) bankruptcy,insolvency,headlines,articles,legislatives,debt,resources, ...
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- EU v US intermediate financial holding company regimes
On 23 November 2016, the European Commission published draft legislative proposals to amend key pieces of the EU’s banking and resolution regimes (CRD IV / CRR, BRRD and the SRM Regulation). Click here (United Kingdom) bankruptcy,insolvency ...
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- Brexit Banks Set to Avoid Lengthy Euro Zone Entry Test
Banks in London that relocate operations to the euro zone after Brexit are likely to be spared a lengthy entry test by regulators, making it easier for them to shift, according to two officials with knowledge of the matter, the International New York T ...
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- UK Sets Out Post-Brexit Vision In Budget
Philip Hammond, Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, pledged to make the country “the best place to do business” in his Spring Budget, days ahead of the UK’s formal notification to Brussels of its intention to leave the EU, the Financial Times repo ...
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- Hammond Pledges U.K. Rates Relief for Beleaguered Retailers
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond announced 435 million pounds ($530 million) of relief for small retailers and pubs struggling to cope with higher property taxes, though he faced immediate criticism that he’s not doing enough. Measures inc ...
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- The Tough Logic Behind PSA’s Takeover of Opel
For European leaders struggling to contain hostility to globalisation, few things can be as unwelcome as a cross-border takeover threatening mass lay-offs in a treasured industry, the Financial Times reported. When the industry in question is car mak ...
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- India's Tata Steel Says in 'Constructive Discussions' With ThyssenKrupp
Tata Steel Ltd is still in talks with Germany's ThyssenKrupp AG about a potential merger of their European steel assets, the Indian company said on Monday. The statement was in response to reports in the British media on Sunday that India's lar ...
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- Philip Green: Arcadia Will Double Pension Fund Contributions
Sir Philip Green has agreed a deal to pump as much as £50m a year into the pension fund behind his fashion business, Arcadia, to plug a growing deficit, just days after reaching a settlement over the BHS pension scandal, The Guardian reported. Arcadi ...
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- Telefónica Upbeat as O2 Performance Improves
A round of job cuts has been made at O2 to strengthen the British mobile network’s performance, as parent company Telefónica continues to weigh options for the business. About 5 per cent of the UK network’s 6,500 workforce left the company in the fourth ...
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