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Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP | United Kingdom | 22 Feb 2024

Representations, reverse engineering, and Russian dolls: a case study in complexity in Loreley v Credit Suisse

Most businesses presume that their counterparts are honest. But can you claim for misrepresentation if that presumption proves wrong? In Loreley…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Central & South America, etc. | 23 Nov 2023

Regulatory enforcement trends and risks: banking (Nov 2023)

Lexology PRO analyses the enforcement and rule change activity across banking over the last 6 months to identify key risk areas and trends for businesses.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Netherlands | 22 Nov 2023

EU fines Rabobank, confirms Deutsche Bank penalty waiver

Deutsche Bank has avoided a €156 million fine as the immunity applicant in a European Commission bonds trading cartel probe, though fellow conspirator Rabobank must pay a €26.6 million penalty.
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Lexology PRO | Global, Switzerland, USA | 18 Oct 2023

FINMA could have stuck to Credit Suisse resolution plan, FSB report finds

The Financial Stability Board has defended the international resolution framework following the collapse of Credit Suisse earlier this year – saying Swiss regulator FINMA could have followed the stricken bank’s resolution plan, even though it chose not to do so.
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Lexology PRO | Global, Switzerland | 6 Sep 2023

Swiss expert report calls for more regulatory tools and bailout provision

A Swiss government panel assembled to review Switzerland’s “too big to fail” regime following the collapse of Credit Suisse has called for an expanded toolbox for financial regulators and increasing the availability of public-funded emergency liquidity – but warned about the prospects for future bank rescues in a market with only one G-SIB now remaining.
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Lexology PRO | Germany, Switzerland, USA | 21 Aug 2023

Credit Suisse expands internal review of historic Nazi ties

Under pressure from a US senate committee, Credit Suisse is investigating whether the bank did business with Nazi war criminals fleeing Europe after the end of World War Two.
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Ankura Consulting Group, LLC | USA | 8 Aug 2023

How Can Artificial Intelligence Assist in Detecting Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Financial Institutions?

At the end of 2022, the world saw the largest anti-money laundering (AML) violations in history with companies garnering nearly $5bn in penalties…

Lexology PRO | Global, Switzerland, United Kingdom, etc. | 26 Jul 2023

UBS to pay for Credit Suisse’s Archegos failures

Regulators in the UK and US have handed Credit Suisse a combined US$387 million in fines, as its home regulator in Switzerland finds it “seriously and systematically” violated financial market laws in its relationship with the Archegos family office, ordering corrective measures from the defunct bank’s new owner UBS.
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Global Banking Regulation Review | Switzerland | 14 Jun 2023

UBS expected to begin “cultural maintenance” as Credit Suisse merger completes

“UBS is clear that it will not take on any bad apples, and certainly not let them roll”, Lexology PRO hears, as Switzerland’s two megabanks finish their shotgun marriage with delayed new capital requirements.
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Global Banking Regulation Review | European Union | 9 Jun 2023

ECB official backs strengthened governance over “ever-more-precise” regulation

“Well-run banks don’t fail.” The chair of the European Central Bank’s supervisory board Andrea Enria has told a US audience that bank supervisors should quit designing “ever-more-precise” regulations for all circumstances in favour of improving banks’ internal governance and risk management.
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