This Practice Note outlines the requirements placed upon energy market participants by Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 (known as ‘REMIT’). It also includes practical examples of the key Great Britain (GB) market participants to whom REMIT applies, in its retained form (post brexit) and where the online REMIT notifications and registrations made by GB market participants can be found.
This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. It provides information on the position under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA 1998) as compared with superseding EU law. It is for background information only.
This Practice Note provides an outline of a standard structure for securitisations, a detailed examination of the various FATCA implications for securitisation vehicles, including their status as Foreign Financial Institutions (FFIs), analysis of the importance and applicability of the intergovernmental agreement entered into between the UK and the US (the UK:US IGA), how the expanded affiliated group (EAG) rules apply to the vehicles, problems arising as a result of a chain of payments and intermediaries and how FATCA risk is allocated in drafting securitisation documents. This Practice Note is produced in partnership with David Dreier (Partner), Laura Hoyland (Partner), Kyle Ezzedine (Associate), Lily Teh (Associate) and Louise Ferdjani (Trainee Solicitor), each of White & Case LLP.
This Practice Note deals with agents and other intermediaries under the Bribery Act 2010 (BA 2010). It covers how an agent may put a commercial organisation at risk. It also covers the steps a business should take including proportionate procedures, top level commitment, risk assessment, due diligence, communication and monitoring and review.
This is a Checklist for overseas partners on how to prevent bribery.
This Practice Note describes the main covenants that are typically included in high yield notes but which also appear in nearly all high yield transactions, including acquisition financing, corporate issuances and dividend recapitalisations.
This Practice Note covers the law on hospitality and promotional expenditure. It includes the corporate response to hospitality and promotional expenditure, the offences that can be committed in relation to it, government and prosecutorial guidance. It covers what the norms and standards are in relation to hospitality and promotional expenditure, what is lavish expenditure, what is connected with legitimate business, what is concealed expenditure and what you should do if you suspect an offence has been committed.
This Market Tracker Trend Report provides in-depth analysis of the UK public M&A transactions announced in 2020. It includes insight into public M&A trends and what we and our contributors expect to see in 2021 and beyond.
This Market Tracker Trend Report provides in-depth analysis of the 12 firm offers and ten possible offers made for Main Market and AIM companies subject to the Takeover Code in H1 2020. It includes insight into public M&A trends and what we might expect to see in H2 2020 and beyond.
This Practice Note considers sustainability-linked loans, focusing on the Sustainability-Linked Loan Principles published by the Loan Market Association, the New York-based Loan Syndications and Trading Association and the Asia Pacific Loan Market Association.
This Practice Note discusses the sustainable (or ‘green’) securitisation market including sustainable CLOs, sustainable asset backed securities (ABS), sustainable mortgage backed securities (MBS).
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