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A recent decision of Justice Rees of the Supreme Court of New South Wales confirms the importance of keeping proper financial books and records in the context of insolvency.
Earlier this month, the Bank of England (BoE) published its discussion paper ‘New forms of digital money’ (the Paper) setting out its approach to stablecoins and digital currencies.
On 29 March 2020 the Treasurer announced two significant changes to Australia's foreign investment rules.
The changes are effectively immediately (but will not apply to transactions entered into before 10.30pm on 29 ...
On 21 September 2021, the EBA published a Report on the use of digital platforms in the EU banking and payments sector (see here), as it is a growing phenomenon in line with the wider digitisation of all sectors of the ...
On 20 July 2021, the European Commission published a package of legislative proposals aimed at strengthening the EU's anti-money laundering and countering terrorism financing (AML/CFT) rules.
The AML package is ...
International law firm Bird & Bird today launches a report, "Blockchains uncut: risks, rewards and regulations" which explores the potential application of blockchain technologies and highlights where new regulation may ...
Sandra Seah, Chelsea Chan and Eef Gerard Van Emmerick spoke to Max Latchmore in our London Sustainability Group to discuss LYS Energy’s (LYS) recent Green Loan run through our Singapore office.
On 15 July 2021, the EBA published draft guidelines on the PSD2 limited network exclusion (Article 3(k) PSD2 – LNE). The guidelines are addressed at national competent authorities (NCAs) and are meant to help them in ...
Germany will introduce changes to its legislation regarding the access to technical infrastructure by payment service providers in Spring 2022.
On 29 April The French Competition Authority (FCA) published its report on the Fintech sector (available here, in French). This report follows its payment sector inquiry launched in January 2020, which primarily focused ...