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Will European Privacy in the United States be Trumped?

European Union, USA - February 14 2017 In recent weeks there has been significant debate among commentators about whether Europeans' privacy is becoming less protected in the US and what

Trade Alert - December 2016, Issue 36

European Union, Italy - December 20 2016 Monte dei Paschi di Siena (“Monte Paschi”) founded in 1472 and said to be the oldest bank in the world is

Posting independent amounts under derivative transactions: industry recommendations for end user protection

Global - April 16 2010 Credit risk associated with derivative transactions can be managed through a variety of methods, such as effective payment and close-out netting arrangements, the use of central clearing counterparties and effective collateral arrangements

Investing in the United States: CFIUS concerns for Chinese investors

China - July 9 2015 On February 26, 2015, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS”) - the interagency body charged with reviewing the impact on U

Revisions to the securitisation framework: final rules published by the Basel Committee

Global - May 14 2015 The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (the "Basel Committee") has published the revised securitisation framework setting out the standards for

New York Seeks to Regulate Fintech Lending Market

USA - February 21 2017 New York is joining a small but growing list of states seeking to regulate the “bank-origination” method of online lending. The recently introduced

Will European Privacy in the United States be Trumped?

European Union, USA - February 14 2017 In recent weeks there has been significant debate among commentators about whether Europeans' privacy is becoming less protected in the US and what

Prospects for U.S. Tax Reform Under President Trump

USA - February 6 2017 The election of President Donald J. Trump, combined with Republican control of Congress, makes fundamental U.S. federal income tax reform more likely

The Trump Administration: President Trump Issues Executive Actions on Dodd-Frank and the DOL “Fiduciary” Rule

USA - February 6 2017 On February 3, 2017, President Trump signed two executive actions intended to provide a framework for scaling back the Dodd-Frank Act (“Dodd-Frank

NIST’s Draft Update to Cybersecurity Framework Focuses on Third-Party Vendors and the Cost-Effectiveness of Cybersecurity Programs

USA - February 1 2017 On January 10, 2017, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) released a proposed update to its popular cybersecurity blueprint for