KWM advised Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited and SBG Securities Limited in connection with the private placement by Umeme Holdings Limited of its 14.3 %...
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A recent government paper has tentatively proposed that a voluntary “governance code” should be drawn up and applied to certain privately-held, economically significant companies and LLPs.
We examine changes to the requirements regarding client communications (including marketing) under MiFID II.
Recent caselaw sheds light on how to investigate allegations which pit one person's word against another's.
EAT confirms that employers have positive duty to arrange for employees' rest breaks.
The Autumn Statement 2016: key points for employers.
The FCA has published a consultation paper containing proposals to enhance the conduct of business rules for firms providing CFDs to retail clients.
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KWM advised Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited and SBG Securities Limited in connection with the private placement by Umeme Holdings Limited of its 14.3 % stake in the Ugandan power company Umeme Limited
KWM scores a major victory for Ukraine in a US $270 million investment arbitration case relating to oil and gas taxation.
KWM is pleased to confirm that it has established a new business to maintain a strategic presence in the UK, Europe & the Middle East.
KWM and GD Financial Markets collaborate to offer ground-breaking international derivatives regulation solution
King & Wood Mallesons has elected Frankfurt partner Michael Cziesla as its new EUME Senior Partner with immediate effect for a term of three years.
Advising on the first-ever acquisition of an English Premier League football club by a Chinese investor.
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China’s significance in today’s global economy calls for businesses to understand the realities of enforcing a judgment against Chinese-held assets.
The sixth edition of Crossing Borders, our review of developments in international arbitration, focuses on the enforcement of arbitration awards.
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