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New CMA Regulation for Public Joint Stock Companies

31 March 2021 by Al Busaidy Mansoor Jamal & Co

New CMA Regulation for Public Joint Stock Companies

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Japan: Revision of Delisting Examination Procedures for Organizational Restructuring or Changes in Parent Company of Asset Managers of a Listed Investment Corporation (J-REIT and Infrastructure Fund)

25 March 2021 by Takashi Itokawa - Partner, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu

In the past, the Tokyo Stock Exchange (the “TSE”) has taken a flexible and practical approach when considering whether the organizational restructuring of an asset manager of a listed investment corporation (J-REIT and Infrastructure Fund) or a change in the parent company of an asset manager falls under the criteria for delisting of an investment corporation under the TSE listing rules.

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Mauritius on the grey list: one year on (Part 3)

24 March 2021 by Nicholas Ng, Barrister, 5 Fifteen Barristers

Part 3 – Mauritius’ Regulatory Approach to Real Estate Agents. Real estate is identified as a sector that is highly exposed to the risk of money laundering.

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South Africa: Insurers brace for fresh wave of regulatory reforms in 2021

19 March 2021 by Bowman Gilfillan Inc - South Africa

Non-life insurers will have to stay on their toes throughout 2021

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Mauritius on the grey list: one year on (Part 2)

16 March 2021 by Tania Li, Barrister, 5 Fifteen Barristers

Part 2 – 5 ways Mauritius enhanced its AML/CFT framework for financial services in the last year. This article summarises the main legislative changes that have been introduced since the grey-listing of Mauritius in March 2020.

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Philippines: SyCipLaw Inks Cooperation Agreement with Justice Without Borders

04 March 2021 by SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan - Philippines

SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan (SyCipLaw) has signed a Cooperation Agreement with Justice Without Borders (JWB)

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Atsumi & Sakai Announces Establishment of New York Office

26 February 2021 by Atsumi & Sakai

Award-winning Japanese law firm Atsumi & Sakai is pleased to announce the establishment of an office in New York (Formal name: Atsumi & Sakai New York LLP), which will enable the firm to provide more convenient legal services in North and South America.

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Residence permit for investment activity - Amendments to the investment requirements

12 February 2021 by VdA Vieira de Almeida

Decree-Law 14/2021, of 12 February 2021 (“DL 14/2021”) amended the legal framework of residence permits for investment activity to encourage investment in inland areas, the creation of jobs and urban and cultural heritage re-qualification.

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International Biathlon Union External Review Commission with Christian Dorda publishes final report on doping

02 February 2021 by Dorda

On 28 January 2021, the International Biathlon Union (IBU) published the final report of the External Review Commission (ERC). The IBU Executive Board originally appointed the ERC in November 2018 to comprehensively investigate allegations against former IBU President Anders Besseberg and former IBU Secretary General Nicole Resch. Christian Dorda – along with two other lawyers and an athlete – was appointed as Austrian member of the independent investigation commission.

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New Mode of Corporate Governance: One-Tier Boards to be Introduced in Ukraine

19 January 2021 by Golaw, Andrew Oliinyk

Businesses all around the world face enormous challenges due to pandemic. Good governance is in demand like never before. Both public and private companies have recognized that corporate governance affects directly their financial performance and long-term development. The governments have seen the value in well-governed companies too, and thus they cooperate with business in updating corporate governance codes and reforming corporate law.

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