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September 2018


International Correspondents


Tax Relief

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  • Sponsored by Mayer Brown
    Mayer Brown lawyers outline key legal and regulatory considerations for issuers looking to carry out debt management exercises in the US: a timely topic
  • Sponsored by Baker McKenzie
    Hong Kong’s financial regulator has become one of the first signatories of IOSCO’s enhanced cooperation standards
  • Sponsored by Maples Group
    The settlement of a recent financial services regulatory enforcement action by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) highlights the interconnectedness of regulatory breaches. In brief, a failure of controls and policies can create a domino effect which triggers liabilities under the anti-money laundering/counter terrorist financing (AML/CTF) regime, client asset requirements and a finding that key frontline personnel are not fit and proper for their role.