The China Bank Regulatory Commission has issued new rules to address financial and systemic risks which will affect both domestic and foreign banks...
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The China Bank Regulatory Commission has issued new rules to address financial and systemic risks which will affect both domestic and foreign banks in China.
Comments on Measures for the Security Assessment of Personal Information and Important Data to be Transmitted Abroad (Draft for Comment).
Is data or electronic information considered “tangible property” (and therefore insured property)? This poses an important question for insurers and policyholders alike.
The new model will apply to 15 pilot zones.
Most trusts investing in real estate are “managed investment schemes” (MIS) under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). Find out more about the registration, regulation and changes to schemes.
On March 10, 2017, the General Office of the China Banking Regulatory Commission ("CBRC") promulgated the Circular on Carrying on Certain Businesses by Foreign Invested Banks (Yin Jian Ban Fa ...
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With cross-border deals making up 80% of surveyed Australian M&A ‘mega deals’ in 2016, international investors see Australia as a favourable place to do business and invest.
KWM has been recognised as ‘Best Law Firm (revenue > $200M)’ for the second consecutive year at the AFR's Client Choice Awards for 2017.
King & Wood Mallesons secured a major victory for a high profile Kuwaiti developer, owned by Kuwaiti Royals, in a USD 100 million construction arbitration case seated in Doha, Qatar.
This transaction required English law, PRC law and New York law expertise which KWM was able to provide as a one-stop-shop service to ING.
KWM represented the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic to successfully overturn the US$16.5 million UNCITRAL award
On 17 & 18 Feb 2017, KWM China Partners Conference was successfully held in Beijing.The newly elected 5th Management Committee for KWM China convened its first meeting before the Conference.
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In this publication we provide an overview of the key issues of interest to Chinese entities seeking investment opportunities in Germany.
International guide covering the anti-bribery and corruption regimes of the following regions: Australia, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, UAE and UK.