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SEC Proposes Amendments to Auditor Independence Rule to Address the “Loan Provision”

USA - May 18 2018 The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted unanimously on May 2, 2018 to propose amendments to Rule 2-01(c)(1)(ii)(A) under Regulation...

Matthew E. Barsamian, Julien Bourgeois.


OFAC Issues Important Updates and Clarifications to Russia Sanctions

USA, Russia - May 4 2018 Amended General License 13A, which authorizes activities related to the divestment or transfer of equity, debt, or holdings in certain sanctioned...

Amanda DeBusk, Sean Kane, Laura M. Brank, Jeremy B. Zucker, Darshak S. Dholakia, Hrishikesh N. Hari.


FinCEN Issues FAQs for Customer Due Diligence Rule; Compliance Required in May

USA - April 13 2018 The U.S. Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) on April 3, 2018 issued Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Customer Due Diligence...

K. Susan Grafton, Brooke A. Higgs, Robert J. Rhatigan.


The Congressional Review Act: Striking a New Balance between Congressional Control and Regulatory Initiative - The Fate of the Leveraged Lending Guidance at Issue

USA - November 2 2017 After more than two decades in obscurity, the Congressional Review Act (CRA) has now emerged as a major factor in the relationship between the U.S...

Robert H. Ledig, Thomas P. Vartanian, Kenneth E. Young.


SEC Staff Extends Effectiveness of No-Action Relief on Auditor Independence and the “Loan Provision”

USA - October 6 2017 The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Investment Management (SEC Staff) on September 22, 2017 extended indefinitely the...

Matthew E. Barsamian, Corey F. Rose, Julien Bourgeois.