Financial Services Quarterly Report - Asia

October 01, 2013

A review of recent developments in the international financial services industry, including:

  • European Fund Regulation – Just Like London Buses?
  • U.S. Private Offerings: SEC Approves JOBS Act Requirement to Permit General Solicitation and Dodd-Frank Requirement to Disqualify “Bad Actors” from Using Rule 506 to Offer Securities
  • The Long Arm of U.S. OTC Derivatives Reform and Non-U.S. Fund Managers
  • European Long-Term Investment Funds (ELTIFs)
  • French AMF Guidance on Best Practices Regarding Rebates and Inducements in the Marketing of Financial Instruments
  • U.S. SEC’s Proposal to Amend Rules Governing Money Market Funds: Implications for Boards
  • Recent Developments in the Hong Kong Funds Industry
  • A New Private Funds Regulatory Framework for the PRC
  • Russian Financial Regulator Announces the First Case Involving Insider Trading
  • AIFMD Resources: Cutting Through the Noise

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