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Der Verordnungsvorschlag der Europäischen Kommission für europäische langfristige Investmentfonds (ELTIF)

Am 26. Juni 2013 hat die Europäische Kommission einen Vorschlag für eine Verordnung zur Schaffung eines Rechtsrahmens für Europäische langfristige...
Die neue Anlageverordnung ist endlich da

Die im Juni 2011 verabschiedete AIFM-Richtlinie hat ein einheitliches Regime für die Verwalter so genannter alternativer Invest-mentfonds und damit de facto eine neue Ordnung für die Auflegung, Verwaltung und den Ver-trieb von Fonds in Europa geschaffen.

The Serious Crime Bill

The Serious Crime Bill progressed unscathed through one of its final stages this week and should receive Royal Assent before the current Parliament is dissolved on 30 March.

CMA considers price cap undertakings in East Coast rail franchise

The CMA is considering undertakings in lieu from Stagecoach to address competition concerns regarding the award of the East Coast rail franchise.

Commission conditionally approves Liberty Global’s acquisition of De Vijver Media

The European Commission has conditionally approved Liberty Global’s acquisition of controlling stake in De Vijver Media in return for commitments.

Summary of day one at SuperReturn International 2015

SuperReturn International kicked-off yesterday in Berlin, bringing together the GP and LP communities. The sun shone outside but the 'mood-music' in the conference was more mixed.

Enterprise v Europcar: the battle of the 'e' car hire logos

Bill Ladas, Special Counsel in our Melbourne office, has written a report on Arnold J’s decision in Enterprise v Europcar which has recently been published on IP Whiteboard.The...

Hospital merger merits in-depth inquiry

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has decided to refer the merger between two hospitals NHS foundation trusts, subject to undertakings being offered.

The Reckitt Benckiser decision - regulatory compliance and the need for adequate procedures

The decision to fine Reckitt Benckiser for listing rules breaches provides further reasons for regulatory risk to remain high up the list of current corporate concerns.

Competition authorities crack down on cartels

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority is enhancing the scale and sophistication of its enforcement activities, including its ability to identify and intervene in cartels.

CNMC raids premises of companies in the cash transportation and handling sector

The Spanish Competition Authority has carried out dawn raids at the premises of several companies dealing with the transportation and handling of cash.

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