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The Phaseout of LIBOR: Contracting for the Unknown

United Kingdom - May 1 2019 The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced in July 2017 that by the end of 2021, it would stop compelling banks to contribute LIBOR quotes. This...

Paul Denham, Nichola Foley.

Brexit Update: Recent Draft Legislation Has Significance for Financial Markets

United Kingdom, European Union - October 29 2018 Draft regulations published by the UK government in recent months amend existing laws regarding the financial market, and will apply upon the United...

Brexit Update: UK Publishes Draft Legislation Impacting Financial Markets

United Kingdom, European Union - August 2 2018 The draft laws also cover the application of EU law in the United Kingdom after "exit day" on 29 March 2019. The UK government has begun publishing...

US Enacts New Sanctions Against Russia

USA - August 3 2017 On August 2, US President Donald Trump signed into law the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, which enacts a significant...

Carl A. Valenstein, Jonathan H. Hines, Giovanna M. Cinelli, Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp, Brian L. Zimbler.

Bonfire of the Legalities?

United Kingdom, European Union - June 27 2016 Much has been written in the last few days (and, indeed, over the last few months) about the potential consequences of the repeal of 1000s of...