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South Africa: Kenya data infrastructure

26 July 2021 by Angela Mukora; Rose Njeru; John Syekei; Bowman Gilfillan Inc

From data centres to new mobile and cable connectivity, data infrastructure is capturing the attention of investors, who can only benefit from greater insight into the regulatory ramifications of entering or operating in this sphere. This is the first of three articles to be published by our telecommunications team, giving a bird’s eye view of the data infrastructure sector across East Africa.

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Luxembourg: Wildgen strengthens its London Office and continues the growth of its Insurance practice with the appointment of Miryam Lassalle as Director

10 June 2021 by Wildgen

Wildgen, independent Luxembourg business law firm, is pleased to announce that Miryam Lassalle is joining its London office as a Director. She will strengthen the firm's insurance law team. Through this recruitment, Wildgen is demonstrating its commitment to developing its presence in London, expanding its services and reinforcing its position in the insurance sector.

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Romania: RTPR wins CEE Legal Matters 2020 Deal of the Year Award for Romania

09 June 2021 by Radu Tărăcilă Pădurari Retevoescu - Allen & Overy

Central and Eastern Europe’s premiere legal publication, CEE Legal Matters, has recently announced the winners of 2020 CEE Deals of the Year. RTPR wins the 2020 Deal of the Year for Romania for its work on Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets' acquisition of CEZ Group in Romania. This is the largest M&A deal in Romania in the last 12 years and it is considered to be the 4th largest deal ever concluded in Romania.

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Bahamas: Kevin Moree elected Chair of Bahamas Financial Services Board

18 May 2021 by McKinney Bancroft & Hughes

McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes is delighted to announce that Partner Kevin Moree has been elected for a two year term as Chairperson of the Bahamas Financial Services Board.

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Țuca Zbârcea & Asociații launches the 2021 edition of “Better Business in Romania”

12 May 2021 by Ţuca Zbârcea & Asociaţii

Țuca Zbârcea & Asociații has launched the 2021 edition of the “Better Business in Romania”, a user-friendly legislative guide covering 17 areas of law.

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Mexico: Proposal to amend outsourcing regulations

30 April 2021 by Fernando Martínez Flores, Karla Almeyra , Jáuregui & Del Valle

On April 23, 2021, was released in the Federal Official Gazette the decree that amends, adds and repeals several provisions regarding personnel outsourcing within the Federal Labour Law, the Social Security Law, the National Workers' Housing Fund Institute Law, the Federal Tax Code, the Income Tax Law and the Value Added Tax Law.

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Angola: Private Investment Act recast

22 April 2021 by VdA Vieira de Almeida

The Angolan Parliament recently enacted Law 10/21, of 22 April 2021 (“Law 10/21”), approving several important amendments to the existing Private Investment Law (“PIL"), enacted by Law 10/18, of 26 June 2018.

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Mauritius: Amendments to the Securities (Preferential Offer) Rules 2017

21 April 2021 by Tania Li, 5 Fifteen Barristers

Private placements of equity securities or debt securities in Mauritius were not subject to any legislative framework until fairly recently.

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Mauritius: The evolution of the global business sector in Mauritius and impending changes in June 2021

21 April 2021 by Tania Li, 5 Fifteen Barristers

The global business sector was established in the early 1990s to attract foreign investment into Mauritius and has gradually become one of the pillars of the economy today.

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Armenia: What Happens to Repo on Default: Application of Bankruptcy Laws to Banks and other Financial Institutions in Armenia

08 April 2021 by Legelata, Gor Margaryan

It is accepted business in the financial industry to extend short term loans via taking securities of different types (equity or debt) as security of repayment. However, such transaction is not formed as a loan against security but rather a sale transaction with an option (call and/or put) to return or resell the securities back to the original seller. Such transactions are widely known as repurchase transactions or short – repo transactions.