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Proposals to regulate green investments for investment funds in the US have been criticised for being unnecessarily prescriptive, costly and invasive
The acquisition did not trigger any regulatory filings within the EU due to Grail's lack of revenues, so the Commission turned to Article 22
The new Consumer Duty regime and updates to the financial promotions rules are likely to provoke the biggest change to retail regulation in decades
The Modern Land ruling indicates that US law debt can be discharged under Chapter 15, juxtaposing comments made by Justice Harris in a Hong Kong SAR court ruling
The nascent sustainable securitisation space struggles with a lack of dedicated standards and inadequate data sets
In the EU, the Green Bond Standard was proposed to create a taxonomy-aligned framework for green bond issuers but there is uncertainty on how far the UK will align with the EU
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
Dan Margulies and Dirk Behnsen of Dechert discuss the troubled airline’s restructuring history and how its latest approved restructuring proposal could face obstacles
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