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December/January 2018


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  • Sponsored by Maples Group
    The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) regulates the banking and finance industries in Ireland. It has a broad range of investigative powers to allow it to perform its supervisory and regulatory functions. These include the power to enter into and search premises, take copies of documents and obtain information in other ways. The legislation protects the right to legal professional privilege (LPP) enjoyed by a person who is the subject of the exercise of those powers. However, the legislation is otherwise generally silent on issues such as the right to privacy of personal information. The interaction of regulatory powers with the right to privacy in our digital age has been the subject of much discussion recently in Ireland.
  • Sponsored by FenXun Partners
    Pre-approved foreign institutional investors can access China’s financial market in a controlled manner, in compliance with securities regulatory and foreign exchange control requirements
  • Sponsored by Debevoise & Plimpton
    The EU Commission has proposed that member states implement a tighter and wider foreign investment control framework. The right balance between protecting national interests and allowing FDI needs to be struck