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Disclaimer of lease leaves landlord with large rates bill

In Schroder v Birmingham (2014), the High Court clarified who is liable for business rates in England after a tenant becomes insolvent.

Deadlines loom for AIFMD applications

The AIFMD application deadline of 1 April 2014 in Luxembourg is fast approaching.

Marketing Private Funds In Europe

The regulatory burdens imposed by the new pan-European rules for alternative investment fund managers (AIFM) are well known and, now that the AIFM Directive is in force in...

In the market: Marketing of foreign private equity funds in Botswana

Sipho Ziga looks at the restrictions in place when marketing a foreign private equity fund in Botswana, including the NBFIRA Act, CIU Act and the Companies Act

From FATCA to GATCA: the move towards global tax information exchange

What started off as a US initiative to clamp down on US citizens evading US taxes, by imposing a 30% withholding tax penalty under FATCA, has grown and put down new roots across the world.

The ISDA-fication of arbitration

An interview with Dr Peter Werner, Senior Director at ISDA on the widespread spread use of its 'Master Agreements'.

Mis-selling claims compared: England and Germany take different approaches

The rush of litigation arising from the financial crisis may have been slower to emerge than initially expected but one type of action that has been pursued in...

The AIFMD: Main provisions and implications for private funds

This article from Simon Witney summarises the main AIFMD changes as they will affect venture capital and private equity fund managers.