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Contributions by King & Wood Mallesons

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Australia FDI control
Practice notes

A conversation with Intan Eow, Partner–Mergers and Acquisitions in the Sydney office of international law firm King & Wood Mallesons, on key issues on foreign direct investment (FDI) control in Australia.

Australia merger control
Practice notes

A conversation with Sharon Henrick, Partner and Head - Competition Law and Regulatory - Australia in the Sydney office of international law firm King & Wood Mallesons, on key issues on merger control in Australia. This is part of our collection of over 120 maintained national merger control guides.

China—cross border banking and finance guide
Practice notes

This cross border Banking & Finance guide provides a summary of the key issues for lenders providing commercial loan facilities in China including loan markets and recent developments, lending, security and guarantees, enforcement, intercreditor issues and governing law and disputes

Comparing negotiations of the 1992 ISDA Master Agreement (Multicurrency Cross-Border) and the 2002 ISDA Master Agreement
Practice notes

This Practice Note compares the negotiating points which arise on the 1992 and 2002 ISDA Master Agreements

Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)—issues for property lawyers
Practice notes

This Practice Note covers issues that may arise for property lawyers under the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). It was produced in partnership with King & Wood Mallesons, and is part of a series of notes on ESOS. It covers the qualification criteria, trusts, ESOS compliance and property assets, landlord and tenant relationships, sale and purchase, and acquisition of properties, construction activities and sales and acquisitions of properties structured as corporate transactions. This Practice Note also links to related Brexit content.

Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)—issues in corporate (private M&A) transactions
Practice notes

This Practice Note covers issues that may arise for corporate lawyers under the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). It was produced in partnership with King & Wood Mallesons, and is part of a series of notes on ESOS. It covers the qualification criteria; the meaning of undertaking, group undertaking, highest parent and highest parent group; overseas undertakings; due diligence considerations; sale and purchase agreement issues; aggregation and disaggregation; and organisational changes. This Practice Note also links to related Brexit content.

Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)—qualification and organisational structures
Practice notes

This Practice Note deals with the qualification criteria for the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) and the organisational structure issues that arise. It was produced in partnership with King & Wood Mallesons, and is part of a series of notes on ESOS. It covers the meaning of undertaking, group undertaking, highest parent and highest parent group; joint ventures; private equity funds; trusts; private finance initiative (PFI) projects; overseas undertakings; aggregation and disaggregation; and organisational changes. This Practice Note also links to related Brexit content.

Hong Kong merger control
Practice notes

A conversation with Martyn Huckerby, international partner in the Shanghai office of international law firm King & Wood Mallesons, on key issues on merger control in Hong Kong. This is part of our collection of over 115 maintained national merger control guides.

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