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    07/05/2024
    Luxemburg

    CSSF publishes Q&A on the new requirements for credit institutions on Lombard credit

    On 29 March 2024, the CSSF released a question and answer regarding the provisions of Circular CSSF 22/824 (the “CSSF Q&A”) for the application of the Guidelines of the European Banking Authority on Loan Origination and Monitoring (the “EBA Guidelines”). Under the CSSF Q&A, Lombard loans mean loans collateralised by securities pledged for the benefit of the lending institution, which may enforce the pledge and sell the collateral in the case of a breach of the terms of the loan agreement by the borrower. The pledged securities must be sufficiently diversified...
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    25/03/2024
    United Kingdom

    Introduction to the Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework

    The market for Crypto Assets is growing rapidly. Crypto Assets can be issued, recorded, transferred and stored in a decentralised manner, without the need to rely on traditional financial intermediaries or central administrators. Further, the Crypto-Asset market has given rise to a new set of intermediaries and other service providers, such as Crypto-Asset exchanges and wallet providers, which may currently only be subject to limited regulatory oversight. Overall, the characteristics of the Crypto-Asset sector have reduced tax administrations’ visibility on tax-relevant activities carried...
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    20/02/2024
    United Kingdom

    Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023: changes expected to come into force on 4 March 2024

    From Spring 2024 we expect the role of Companies House and the Registrar of Companies (Registrar) to change significantly from simply incorporating companies and being a largely passive information recipient and depository to being a pro-active regulator with clear objectives and the powers to fulfil them.Changes affecting the ongoing administration of companies and limited liability partnerships are also expected to come into force at the same time. Although no implementing regulation has been published yet, Companies House has announced that the date it is working to is 4 March 2024.The changes...
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    19/02/2024
    Schweiz

    Swiss Limited Qualified Investor Fund (L-QIF) available in March 2024

    On 31 January 2024, the Swiss Federal Council released the final implementing provisions of the Collective Schemes Ordinances (CISO) relating to the Limited Qualified Investor Fund (L-QIF). The L-QIF is a new type of investment fund reserved to qualified investors under the Collective Investment Schemes Act (CISA). The L-QIF will be available on the market on 1 March 2024.L-QIF basicsThe L-QIF does not require approval or authorisation by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) to be setup or launched and there is no prudential supervision conducted by FINMA over L-QIFs.Despite...
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    16/02/2024
    United Kingdom

    Revised UK Corporate Governance Code and Guidance – what you need to know

    On 22 January 2024, the Financial Reporting Council (“FRC”) published the new version of its UK Corporate Governance Code (the “2024 Code”), with the aim of enhancing transparency and accountability of UK plc and helping to support the growth and competitiveness of the UK and its attractiveness as a place to invest.The 2024 Code focuses on a limited number of changes, prioritising revisions relating to internal controls. The main substantive change is that the board must now include a declaration in the annual report as to the effectiveness of the company’s material...
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    05/02/2024
    China

    2024 – Topics that may Concern You

    In China, companies constantly have to deal with changes in regulations and new laws. This will also continue in 2024.Topics such as update to the PRC Company Law, adapting Joint Ventures in accordance with the PRC Foreign Investment Law and the PRC Company Law, cross-border data transfer, employment management in the digital age, developments in China's competition law regime etc. will continue to be a concern for most companies in China in 2024. Complying with regulatory requirements is one of the key challenges for foreign companies and investors in China, not only in terms of general compliance,...
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