Legal & Regulatory Updates


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14/03/2016 Weerawong C&P: Business Security Act-New Law and Regime for Creating Security in Thailand 2016
29/02/2016 Norton Rose Fulbright: New EU bail-in powers: does your contract need additional provisions?
12/01/2016 Recent Documentation Changes to the APLMA templates
23/12/2015 APLMA Announcement:Publication of the LMA's recommended form of clause for use in loan documentation to the extent required by Article 55 of the EU Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive 2014/59 ("BRRD") relating to contractual recognition of bail-in
22/12/2015 EU Bail-in Rule - Publication of LMA and LSTA Contractual Recognition Clauses
14/12/2015 Hogen Lovells: Competition bites HK today - are you ready?
30/11/2015 Clifford Chance: Rights of Third Parties in Hong Kong: What you need to know
18/11/2015 Clifford Chance: Landmark UK Supreme Court Decision on Penalties - No Change in Hong Kong (yet)
26/10/2015 Clifford Chance: Recognition of EU bail-in clauses – key considerations for APAC
26/10/2015 White & Case: China’s Reform on Administration of Foreign Debts – What to Expect
15/10/2015 Appleby: Latest insight and analysis on China's FDI & outbound M&A activity
15/10/2015 Clifford Chance: APAC Antitrust Quarterly Update
08/10/2015 Clifford Chance: The BEPS final reports - practical implications for business
30/09/2015 Allen & Overy: NDRC's reform on the administration of foreign debts - how it may affect your transactions
28/09/2015 Clifford Chance: Article 55 of the BRRD: contractual recognition of bail-in
17/09/2015 Linklaters: NDRC liberalisation of offshore bond issuances and loans
25/08/2015 Hogan Lovells: Hong Kong Court casts doubt on the ability of minority lenders to enforce independently
12/08/2015 Allen & Overy: PRC Supreme Court Issued Judicial Interpretation to Legalise Intercompany Lending
20/07/2015 Clifford Chance: APAC Antitrust Quarterly Update
20/07/2015 Clifford Chance: Hong Kong's first cross-sector competition law to commence in December 2015