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October 2017

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  • Sponsored by Hogan Lovells
    A recent wave of public offering activity points to a re-opening of the country's equity markets to foreign investment
  • Sponsored by Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu
    On October 1 2017, the amendments to the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act will take effect. The Act aims to develop foreign transactions appropriately, and maintain peace and security in Japan and other countries through providing for minimum necessary control and coordination of foreign transactions.
  • Sponsored by Bär & Karrer
    The worst economic disaster since the great depression of 1929 took American and European banks by storm in 2008. The US, EU and Russia, among others, had to step in to save some of their banks from bankruptcy. Even certain German banks, symbols of the country's strength and prosperity, were on the verge of collapsing. Against this backdrop, the purpose of this briefing is to provide a high-level summary of the mechanisms in place to cope with the bankruptcy of a foreign bank in Switzerland.