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English Court Of Appeal Provides Clarification Regarding The Regulation Of Dividend Payments To Shareholders
In the recent case of Global Corporate Ltd v Hale1, the Court of Appeal was asked to assess whether sums, described as "interim dividends" ...
UK
1 Feb 2019
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Liability Of Company Directors For Damages In Deceit - Useful Lessons From Inter Export LLC V Townley And Anor
In 2012, Inter Export LLC, a supplier of sunflower oil registered in Ukraine, entered into a contract to sell oil to a UK-based company.
UK
5 Oct 2018
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Bloc Notes Boursier
Le dernier projet loi Pacte (loi relative à la croissance et la transformation des entreprises) prévoit d'abaisser de 95% à 90% le seuil du retrait obligatoire.
France
13 Aug 2018
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The Proper Purpose Rule And Battles For Control: The UK Supreme Court Decision In Eclairs Group Ltd v JKX Oil & Gas plc And Glengary Overseas Ltd v JKX Oil & Gas plc
Directors who wish to exercise a constitutional power to impose a restriction must ensure that their reason for taking action is in line with the purposes for which the power was conferred.
UK
14 Dec 2015
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Appeal Court Guidance On De Facto Directors
Another attempt to have an individual found liable as a de facto director of a company that has sustained losses has failed.
UK
19 Dec 2014
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Reporting On Executive Pay – The New Regime At A Glance
The much-heralded changes to the rules on the reporting of directors’ pay are now in force.
UK
28 Oct 2013
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UK Financial Regulator Revises the Remuneration Code
The Financial Services Authority (the FSA), the regulator responsible for the financial services industry in the UK, has published a consultation paper setting out its proposed changes to the Remuneration Code (the Code).
UK
19 Sep 2010
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Director Disqualification - the Risks Increase
The OFT's new guidance on director disqualification orders in competition cases, published on 29 June 2010, creates increased risks for company directors. The OFT proposes to extend the circumstances in which it will use these sanctions.
UK
2 Jul 2010
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Valuation in a multi-tiered debt structure
In a recent case, the High Court concluded that it was right to sanction schemes of arrangement which formed part of a wider debt restructuring that excluded out-of-the-money junior creditors. In doing so, it valued the distressed companies on a going concern basis.
UK
28 Aug 2009
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