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Update: Brexit to end UK Takeover Panel’s role in EU ‘shared jurisdiction’ regime - What this would mean for affected issuers

United Kingdom, European Union - March 8 2019 What has happened? The UK's Takeover Panel (the Panel) has indicated that it intends to adopt a proposal to stop participating in the shared...

Valerie Ford Jacob, Michael Levitt, Mark Strauch, Doug Smith, Simone Bono, Arun Balasubramanian, David Ludwick, Andrew Hagan, Denise Ryan.

Brexit to end UK Takeover Panel’s role in EU ‘shared jurisdiction’ regime - What this would mean for affected issuers

United Kingdom, European Union - January 16 2019 What has happened? The UK’s Takeover Panel (the Panel) has consulted on a proposal to discontinue its participation in the shared jurisdiction regime...

Valerie Ford Jacob, Michael Levitt, Mark Strauch, Doug Smith, Simone Bono, Arun Balasubramanian, David Ludwick, Andrew Hagan, Denise Ryan, Yan Chen.

SAS 72 Comfort Letters for first quarter 2019 capital markets deals

USA - November 9 2018 On 12 November, H1 2018 interim financial statements of issuers with calendar year ends will go 'stale' for purposes of receiving negative assurance...

Valerie Ford Jacob, Michael Levitt, Mark Strauch, Doug Smith, Simone Bono, Arun Balasubramanian, David Ludwick, Andrew Hagan, Denise Ryan, Yan Chen.

New York Stock Exchange broadens the circumstances in which listed companies will be deemed delinquent filers of periodic reports

USA - April 2 2015 The New York Stock Exchange has adopted rules which broaden the circumstances in which a listed company will be deemed a delinquent filer of periodic...

Valerie Ford Jacob, Paul Tropp, Michael Levitt, Mark Strauch, Ken Martin.

SEC proposes hedging disclosures by US reporting companies regarding directors, officers and employees

USA - February 18 2015 The SEC has proposed new rules which would require US reporting companies to disclose whether their employees are permitted to purchase financial...

Valerie Ford Jacob, Paul Tropp, Michael Levitt, Mark Strauch, Howard Klein.