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The New EU Market Abuse Regulation: Impact on US Issuers

European Union, USA - October 13 2016 The rules under the new EU Market Abuse Regulation are in many ways similar to those under the now-repealed Market Abuse Directive. But U.S. issuers...

Pranav L. Trivedi, James A. McDonald, Michael E. Hatchard, Scott C. Hopkins, Patrick Brandt.


EU Market Abuse Regulation New Requirements for Issuers of Debt Securities Admitted to Trading in Europe

European Union - July 21 2016 On 3 July 2016, Regulation 5962014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union (the Market Abuse Regulation) repealed and...

Richard Ho, James A. McDonald, Patrick Brandt.


Brexit: Implications for UK Capital Markets

European Union, United Kingdom - July 21 2016 On 23 June 2016, a majority of the UK electorate voted to leave the European Union (EU). This decision, referred to as “Brexit”, has already caused...

Pranav L. Trivedi, James A. McDonald, James P. Healy.


European Commission's New Initiative Aims to Promote Access to Capital Markets

European Union - January 18 2016 In early 2015, the European Commission (Commission) launched the Capital Markets Union (CMU), one of its flagship initiatives, to address its...

Adam M. Howard.


New Listing Rules for premium-listed UK companies: the fine line between upholding majority rule and protecting minority rights

United Kingdom - January 27 2015 The protection of minority shareholders in companies with a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange came to the fore in the United Kingdom...

Claire V. Cahoon.