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After a year largely devoted to capital markets regulation, the US banking sector could finally get in the spotlight and benefit from overdue updates
As the EU Foreign Subsidy Regime comes into force, IFLR considers how its implementation could offset Biden’s tax breaks
The recent White House executive order mirrors the rapidly evolving environment of inbound investments in the US and related threats
China’s property crisis, crypto asset restructuring, and emerging economies debt restructuring continue to dominate headlines
Crypto and ESG are set to make waves through the region this year
The FTX collapse has highlighted the need for a more unified approach in seizing cryptoassets
Commingling of accounts and cross-border nature of the bankrupt crypto exchange highlight complexities lying ahead
While the number of insolvencies dropped after the removal of temporary restructuring and insolvency support measures, this trend has now reversed
The ruling has wide implications for the large number of firms facing insolvency as a result of the ending of Covid support and broader economic difficulties
Ten months into the NSI’s implementation, market participants are looking to test cases to understand the government’s approach to enforcement
IFLR spoke to lawyers who worked on the deal about the challenges of striking a stabilisation deal after the energy giant got hit by Russian gas curtailments
In this edition of IFLR’s explainer series, we unpick the European Commission’s new power and how it will impact dealmakers
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In our latest primer, IFLR explores France’s long-awaited guidelines on the screening of foreign direct investments
IFLR explores the plan's benefits, how firms and creditors should prepare, and potential implementation challenges
In this edition of IFLR’s explainer series, we unpick the European Commission’s new power and how it will impact dealmakers
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at the impact of the amendment and of newly added provisions on M&A and on foreign companies operating in China
The UK is often deemed a relatively trustworthy and easy jurisdiction to bid into, but it does have its quirks when it comes to overseas investors looking to buy a British company
As the dust begins to settle on the economic upheaval the sanctions have caused, IFLR unpicks their implications and ponders the long-term consequences for financial services
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at the impact of the rules on foreign investments and the implications of the newly added listing regulations for restricted sectors
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at how companies are preparing for the new law and what areas are the most challenging to comply with
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at how companies are preparing for the revised code and areas where it still falls short, such as gender diversity and board independence
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at the challenges that lie ahead for businesses, their strategies, how the law compares with the GDPR, and what aspects still lack clarity
Although EU competition authorities have traditionally been perceived as tougher than their US counterparts, the dynamic has switched under Biden
Following the CFIUS executive order, new enforcement and penalty guidelines released by the US Treasury department should serve as a wake-up call to the market
The pace of the crypto M&A market is set to slow with the need to carry out thorough due diligence in transactions
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