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Swiss Regulator Further Restricts Mortgage Loan Requirements
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority announced on 28 August 2019 that it had recognised as minimum standard the amended Guideline of the Swiss Bankers' Association.
Switzerland
12 Sep 2019
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The International Comparative Legal Guide: Project Finance 2019 Switzerland
In der 2019 Ausgabe des International Comparative Legal Guide zu Project Finance geben Daniel Hayek und Mark Meili einen Überblick über die rechtlichen Rahmenbedigungen und Herausforderungen bei Project
Switzerland
5 Jun 2019
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The Floating Charge Is No Longer A Foreign Concept
Daniel Hayek and Alexander Flink discuss the option to create a "floating charge" over intermediated securities and the additional flexibility it provides in finance transactions.
Switzerland
17 Jun 2016
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Useful Information About Surety Bonds
In its judgement of 2 May 2012 (BGE 4A_678/2011), the Federal Tribunal decided that a waiver of the right of offset declared in advance by the principal debtor in favour of the creditor also applies for the surety if the offset waiver was agreed before the conclusion of the contract of suretyship or with the consent of the surety.
Switzerland
31 Dec 2012
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M&A In Switzerland: Still Attractive
Private M&A transactions are governed by the Swiss Code of Obligations, primarily the section on purchase agreements.
Switzerland
10 Apr 2012
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Developments in Listing Derivatives
Warrants, certificates and other types of derivative instrument suitable for mass trading may be listed on the Swiss Exchange (SWX).
Switzerland
21 Oct 2005
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Thinking Of Going Public? Think Twice, Then Read The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002
Prior to deciding to go public, the directors of a company, whether a corporation, limited partnership, or other entity, must weigh the advantages of going public against the disadvantages. After initial consideration of the traditional elements to be weighed in deciding whether to go public, this Essay explores the recently enacted Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and describes how the Act impacts this decision, with special focus on small and emerging companies.
Switzerland
31 May 2005
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Switzerland Proposes to Revise It´s Legislation on Investment Funds
On February 15, 2004, the Swiss Federal Council has released for comments the draft Federal Act on Collective Investment Schemes ("CISA" or the "Act") meant to replace and supersede the Swiss Federal Act on Investment Funds ("IFA").
Switzerland
15 Feb 2005
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Sarbanes And The States
The year that has passed since the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 ("Sarbanes"), and subsequent Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") interpretive rules, permits sufficient perspective for an initial examination of its effect throughout the various states. Fifteen states have seriously considered adoptive legislation only to permit the particular bills to be largely tabled, rejected, or watered-down.
Switzerland
 
6 Jan 2004
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