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Financial Regulatory News Updates - July/August 2021

An overview in which our Banking and Finance Practice Group highlights EU, Dutch, Belgian, Luxembourg and Swiss law updates relevant for the financial regulatory sector which may be of interest to you.

Financial Regulatory News Updates

This month's edition includes:

•   EC published its long-awaited Q&A clarifying the scope of SFDR disclosures for AIFMs;
•   Further details on derivative trading obligations in the course of the LIBOR transition (Switzerland);
•   The Luxembourg Stock Exchange issues its first guidelines for SPACs listings.

Furthermore, to help you keep track of Dutch and EU legislation, the Financial Regulatory News Updates provides an overview of recent and upcoming effective dates.

 

 

You can also download the pdf version.

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