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The High Court of England and Wales handed down a judgment on a dispute about interest rate swaps. How do we avoid the associated disputes?
We explain that in MMT proceedings, the SFC does not bear any burden of proof, and that the standard of proof is on a balance of probabilities.
Read on as we sum up the SFC’s recent activities based on its February 2020 Quarterly Report.
We explore the rights and obligations of both employers and employees from an employment law perspective during the coronavirus outbreak.
We sum up SFC's recent regulatory bulletin on its front-loaded approach on IPO applications and corporate transactions.
We discuss the Privacy Commissioner's proposed changes to the PDPO.
We sum up three key papers issued by the FSB, as well as the developments from other influential global policy-makers.