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New Compulsory Register Of Beneficial Owners Of Overseas Entities Holding UK Real Estate
The government has recently published its response to a call for evidence on the proposed UK register of beneficial ownership for overseas entities with implications for overseas entities that currently, ...
UK
13 Apr 2018
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BEPS – Are You Affected?
Over 100 countries and jurisdictions are collaborating through the OECD to implement measures to tackle base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).
UK
23 Feb 2017
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Securitisation – The Silver Bullet For The Non-Performing Loan Market?
Regulators have taken significant steps to strengthen the EU banking sector since the global financial crisis, including in respect of NPLs.
European Union
15 Dec 2016
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The Court Of Appeal Redefines The "But-For" Causation Test For Negligence: Losses Caused To A Lender By A Surveyor's Negligent Property Valuation On A Refinancing Were Wholly Recoverable
In a landmark judgment with wide implications for the lending, refinancing and valuation industries the Court of Appeal, by a two to one majority, overturned a first instance decision relating to professional negligence.
United States
25 Jul 2016
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What's In The Envelope? Do You Need To Worry?
Real estate investment involves many risks that real estate investment managers and owners are familiar with.
Worldwide
20 Jun 2016
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Can You Avoid A Void Assignment?
What are the consequences of the assignment (transfer) of a lease granted after 1 January 1996 to the guarantor of an existing tenant?
United States
6 Jun 2016
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An Englishman's Home Is His Castle – Just!
Since the Land Registration Act 1925 the register of land in England and Wales has been interested only in legal title. All this is set to change.
UK
24 May 2016
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To Mitigate Or Not To Mitigate – That Is The Question!
If you suffer loss as a result of negligent advice, do you have a duty to mitigate? If yes, what does that duty look like in practice?
United States
13 May 2016
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What A Nuisance - Owner Liability For Other Persons
As an owner of commercial real estate, could you ever be liable for nuisance committed on the property by someone other than you?
UK
25 Apr 2016
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Non-Performing Loans and Securitisation in Europe
Considerable attention has centered in the recent past on the issue of non-performing loans (NPLs) in the European banking system.
United States
7 Apr 2016
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Capital Markets Union - Part 3: Proposed Elements Of A New EU Covered Bond Framework
An EU-wide dedicated legislative framework for covered bonds is one of the options currently being considered as part of the European Commission's consultation on covered bonds.
European Union
17 Nov 2015
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Capital Markets Union - Part 2: Two Options For A Pan-European Covered Bond Framework
Given the sizeable covered bond markets in Europe, some market participants have expressed the concern that implementing a new regime could disrupt an already well-functioning system.
European Union
3 Nov 2015
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The Action Plan For A Capital Markets Union – Part 1: Aims, Priorities And Measures
On 30 September 2015, the European Commission adopted an action plan to achieve a European single market for capital for the 28 Member States (the Action Plan).
European Union
27 Oct 2015
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The Draft EU Securitisation Regulation Of 30 September 2015
The new draft regulation ‘laying down common rules on securitisation and creating a European framework for simple, transparent and standardised securitisation' proposes new rules relating to:
European Union
1 Oct 2015
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European Banking Authority Shadow Banking Guidelines – Part 4: The Impact Of The Guidelines
To recap, shadow banks undertake the same types of activities (described as credit intermediation activities) as regulated banks, but do so outside a system of prudential regulation.
European Union
23 Sep 2015
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European Banking Authority Shadow Banking Guidelines – Part 3: The Rationale And Context Behind The Guidelines
In the third of our series of updates on the EBA consultation paper on the draft EBA Guidelines on limits to the exposures that EU regulated banks should have to shadow banks, we examine the rationale for this undertaking by the EBA.
European Union
15 Sep 2015
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European Banking Authority Shadow Banking Guidelines – Part 2: What Is A Shadow Banking Entity?
In defining what credit intermediation activities are, the EBA has adopted a similar approach to that recommended by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) in its 2011 report on shadow banking.
European Union
8 Sep 2015
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European Banking Authority Shadow Banking Guidelines – Part 1: An Overview
Shadow banking has been a subject of great interest to financial regulators and policy makers since the global financial crisis.
European Union
3 Sep 2015
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Shadow Banking Guidelines – Part 1: An Overview
Shadow banking has been a subject of great interest to financial regulators and policy makers since the global financial crisis.
European Union
2 Sep 2015
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