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Securitisation Update
The securitisation risk retention provisions of Article 122a of the CRD II were replaced by the Capital Requirements Regulation as per 1 January 2014.
Netherlands
19 Mar 2014
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Reform Of Security Interests In Movable Assets
Belgium has adopted new legislation on the creation and enforcement of security interests in moveable assets.
Belgium
10 Jun 2013
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Increase Of Prospectus/Banking License/Investment Fund License Safe Harbors From EUR 50,000 To EUR 100,000 In The Netherlands
Prior to January 1, 2012, parties receiving repayable funds (including borrowers of funds and issuers of bonds) were - for purposes of Dutch regulatory laws - not considered a bank and did not fall under the Dutch prohibition to receive repayable funds, if funds were obtained solely from professional market parties.
Netherlands
30 Jan 2012
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"Wild West Sign" To Be Included In Offers Of Securities In The Netherlands When Making Use Of An Exception Or Exemption From The Obligation To Publish A Prospectus
As of January 1, 2012, persons that offer securities in the Netherlands making use of an exception or exemption from the requirement to publish an approved prospectus are required to include a uniform warning in the form of a pictogram (also referred to as the "wild west sign") in each advertising document and other document containing or announcing an offer to indicate that they are not supervised in the Netherlands.
Netherlands
27 Jan 2012
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The 2012 Budget
After lengthy negotiations, Belgium's government-in-waiting has finally agreed on a budget for 2012.
Netherlands
8 Dec 2011
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Consultation Implementation AIFMD In The Netherlands
On 21 July 2011, the Directive on Alternative Investment Funds Managers (the "AIFMD") entered into force.
Netherlands
25 Aug 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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