The AIFMD’s “third country passport” may be available in some non-EU countries relatively soon, but questions remain on how to opt in and what...
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The AIFMD’s “third country passport” may be available in some non-EU countries relatively soon, but questions remain on how to opt in and what happens to National Private Placement Rules.
HM Treasury is consulting on aligning the UK definition of regulated financial advice with that in MiFID.
Our first Asia edition of Private Equity Comment looks at the "New Rules" facilitating investment by international funds into China.
MiFID II makes various adjustments to the exemptions under MiFID I, largely with the aim of tightening the regime and increasing investor protection.
Cyprus as a destination for private equity, and as an answer to “Brexit, Passporting, BEPS and other challenges"
We examine the regulation of trading venues under MiFID II.
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KWM has advised a global leader in infrastructure management on the first and final close of its latest infrastructure fund
KWM has advised London-based bar and restaurant group Drake & Morgan on the financing of the acquisition of Corney & Barrow Bars
Private Equity partner Gabriel Boghossian has been named as one of Secondaries Investors' ‘Young Guns of Secondaries’
KWM has advised Inflexion Private Equity on the management buyout of Bedell Trust, a leading, award-winning, corporate, fund and fiduciary administration company.
KWM advises the EBRD on a unique new fund structure for it's debut Equity Participation Fund
KWM has advised Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA), a global leader in infrastructure management
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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.
A look back at the significant reduction of regulatory controls and red tape, and looking forward at investment trends, further deregulation and predictions for Chinese outbound investment.
In this issue we continue to focus on the latest legal and market developments, with our partners across Africa, that are of interest to investors and businesses operating on the continent.
While the mainstream Brexit debate has been almost solely UK-focused, King & Wood Mallesons has captured the European business perspective
King & Wood Mallesons, together with ASIFMA and J.P. Morgan, has jointly prepared a report on “Access Programmes and Reforms in the Cross-Border RMB Market”.
Over a four-month period, King & Wood Mallesons met with some of our key clients to discuss their views on Brexit. We sat down with chief executives, managing directors, heads of risk and heads...