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Draft Act On The Remuneration Policy Of Financial Undertakings: The 20% Cap
On 26 November 2013, the consultation version of the Act on the Remuneration Policy of Financial Undertakings was published.
Netherlands
2 Dec 2013
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Decision Netherlands Supreme Court On Direct Debits Reversal
On 16 September 2011 the Netherlands Supreme Court rendered an important judgment regarding the exercise by a bank of its right to reverse a direct debit (LJN BQ873 SNS Bank/Pasman q.q.).
Netherlands
6 Oct 2011
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The Year to Date: Significant Developments In Banking & Financial Law
1 April 2011 will go down in collective memory as the date of the reorganisation of the supervisory structure for the financial sector in Belgium, prompted by the 2008 financial crisis.
Netherlands
22 Sep 2011
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Tax Amnesty And Bank Secrecy: Recent Swiss And Belgian Developments
Despite the European Commission's pledge to continue to seek the full exchange of financial information, the Swiss Bankers Association (SBA) reported a few days ago on its website that two new agreements to resolve outstanding tax issues will enter into effect in 2013, with Germany and the United Kingdom, respectively.
Netherlands
22 Sep 2011
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Living Wills For Banks
For quite some time now, discussions have been ongoing both in the Netherlands and abroad as to the measures that should be taken in order to prevent a repetition of the financial crisis.
Netherlands
26 May 2011
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Credit Claims As "Financial Collateral" (Implementation Of Directive 2009/44/EC)
With effect from 11 May 2011, the Dutch rules on financial collateral arrangements (FCAs) have been amended. The amendment act, which implements Directive 2009/44/EC (the Amending Directive) in Dutch law, allows so-called "credit claims" to be used as collateral under an FCA.
Netherlands
24 May 2011
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Proportionality Principle For Luxembourg Banks' Remuneration Requirements
Excessive and imprudent risk taking in the banking sector has led to the failure of many institutions, and regulators and governments have identified inappropriate remuneration policies as having wrongly incentivised such risks.
Netherlands
28 Apr 2011
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Intervention Act
This newsletter discusses the draft legislative proposal for a Financial Institutions (Special Measures) Act (Wet bijzondere maatregelen financiële ondernemingen; "Intervention Act") that was recently published for consultation along with a draft explanatory memorandum and a document containing specific questions. The draft proposal would broaden the powers of the Dutch Central Bank (De Nederlandsche Bank; "DNB") and the Minister of Finance to intervene at financial institutions that are experie
Netherlands
26 Apr 2011
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