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EBA letter regarding its opinion and report on matters relating to the regulatory perimeter under the CRD IV / CRR

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a letter from its chairperson, Andrea Enria, to Oliver Guersent, European Commission Director-General, DG FISMA, on the regulatory perimeter under the CRD IV / CRR. The letter is in response to Mr Guersent’s … Continue reading

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Talk in Duke yesterday regarding the passthrough rules

Yesterday I was at Duke Law School to give a talk on the passthrough rules, based on a short paper that I plan to post on SSRN next month. (It will be appearing in the British Tax Review.)The Tax Prof … Continue reading

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Singapore PDPC Issues Response to Public Feedback Regarding Data Protection Consultation

On February 1, 2018, the Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission (the “PDPC”) published its response to feedback collected during a public consultation process conducted during the late summer and fall of 2017 (the “Response”). During that public consultation, the PDPC … Continue reading

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Consensus and greater clarity regarding self-certification of new futures contracts apparent at MRAC meeting

By Brad Rosen, J.D. The first meeting of the CFTC’s Market Risk Advisory Committee (MRAC) convened under the sponsorship of Commissioner Rostin Behnam in Washington, D.C. to explore the regulatory processes and statutory framework in connection with the listing of … Continue reading

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                         [Photo courtesy of Wikipedia]Would you believe that, starting January 1st, the State of Illinois joined other states which allowdivorcing parties to be granted "custody" of their pets?!  Presumably, just like with child custody,each party to a divorce will, in … Continue reading

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