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New German Law On Close-Out Netting In The Event Of Insolvency
On 16 December 2016 an act amending the insolvency laws applicable to financial derivatives transactions passed the Bundesrat (the second chamber of the German legislature).
Germany
19 Dec 2016
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Regulatory Requirements To Become A Supervisory Board Member Of A German Credit Or Financial Institution
The German banking and financial sector is a highly regulated area, hence, the appointment of a supervisory member is a crucial matter from a regulatory perspective.
Germany
14 Sep 2016
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Applying For A German Banking Or Financial Services Licence
Due to Brexit developments, for many non-European investors the option to acquire a German banking or financial licence, including the attached benefit of being able to use the European passport regime, is a part of their strategic thinking in terms of their future European business model.
Germany
25 Jul 2016
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Contractual Close-Out Netting Ineffective In The Event Of Insolvency
Generally, the effects of insolvency proceedings on agreements are governed by the law of the country where the proceedings are opened.
Germany
20 Jun 2016
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German Federal Court Ruling Important For Future Contractual Netting Arrangements
The reasoning of the decision has now been published and provides a number of answers to questions which are important for future contractual netting arrangements.
Germany
20 Jun 2016
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