Financial regulatory developments

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Source: Law and Financial Markets Review, Volume 4, Number 5, September 2010 , pp. 520-536(17)

Publisher: Hart Publishing

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HM Treasury consults on sweeping reforms to UK regulatory architecture; The Bribery Act: the new offences and their impact on private equity; Government consults on modernisation of the UK investment trust regime; Banking on the financial services sector to plug the deficit? HM Treasury releases consultation paper on the proposed bank levy; Court of Appeal considers conflict-of-law rules on capacity of foreign entities in swaps contract litigation: Haugesund Kommune and Narvik Kommune v Depfa ACS Bank [2010] EWCA Civ 579; Platform regulation – an important fork in the road.

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Publication date: September 1, 2010

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