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Lexology PRO | Global, USA | 27 Apr 2022

Major US banks reject “first of their kind” shareholder climate resolutions

Shareholders at Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo have refused to back to climate proposals from activist investors requiring them to implement stricter fossil fuel financing policies.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 1 Feb 2022

CBDCs: how close are central banks to adoption?

How to make CBDCs more user-friendly, secure, and internationally aligned, are some of the focal areas as central banks around the world explore issuing digital currencies.
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Lexology PRO | Belgium, European Union | 16 Jun 2021

EU blocks former bank cartelists from coronavirus bond issuances

The European Commission has banned ten banks – including Barclays and Deutsche Bank – from participating in certain bond sales to fund coronavirus recovery due to their previous cartel involvement.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, European Union, France, etc. | 2 Jun 2021

Competition and antitrust: Key compliance updates (19 May – 1 Jun)

A look at new competition rules for big tech giants in Germany, enforcement action over cartel conduct in Australia, a new UK CMA Office and advances for the modernisation of competition law in France – plus other key competition and antitrust updates.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 20 May 2021

EU fines government bonds cartel

The European Commission has fined UBS, Nomura and UniCredit a combined €371 million for illegally exchanging information relating to auctions for European government bonds, although it was unable to sanction four other banks that also participated in the cartel.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 28 Apr 2021

EU levies fines against bond trading cartel

The European Commission has fined Bank of America, Credit Suisse and Crédit Agricole a total of €28.4 million for exchanging information and coordinating prices for SSA bonds, although Deutsche Bank escaped a €21.5 million fine as the leniency-applicant.
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PRO Compliance | USA | 19 Feb 2021

IDB due process lawsuit tests development bank immunity

The Inter-American Development Bank told a Washington, DC federal court that its immunity protection means it cannot be sued for alleged due process violations.
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Maurice Wutscher LLP | USA | 27 Jul 2020

Calif. App. Court (1st Dist) Holds HBOR Does Not Require Borrower to Own the Collateral Property

The Court of Appeals of California, First District, recently reversed entry of judgment on the pleadings in favor of a mortgage loan servicer and the…
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5SAH Chambers | Germany, United Kingdom | 19 Mar 2020

The “CumEx” trading scandal: Are the floodgates about to open as the first criminal trial in Germany results in guilty verdicts?

On 18th March 2020, the same day as Covid-19 brought the first steps to a lockdown in London, the German court in the trial of two former bankers for…
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CSC | USA | 1 May 2019

UCC Expert’s Corner: Do Not Overlook Assignee When Sending PMSI Notices

The purchase-money security interest (“PMSI”) is a powerful tool that enables lenders to take priority over the holders of prior perfected security…
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