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07/12/2016
CMS advises Astra Rail on establishing joint ventu...
16 Dec 16
Update on Brexit and Financial Services
HMG's policy debate on the post-Brexit regime, alt...
09/12/2016
Are we witnessing the rise of super level economic environment ri...
In a few years’ time we may look back and say that it was in 2015/2016 when legal proceedings and recent policy changes combined to produce manifest serious transfrontier and trans-sector commercial and economic environment risk.
Stéphane Gelin
05/12/2016
Business Implications of BEPS
A CMS Tax Analysis
15 Dec 16
Webinar Series: Lifesciences 2016
09/12/2016
The conclusion of restrictive agreement introduced as a criminal...
On 23 November 2016 Serbian Parliament adopted the Amendments to the Criminal Code as well as a set of judicial laws. 1. Amendments to the Criminal Code Apart from introducing some minor changes to the general provisions of the Criminal Code and criminal.
2016/11/28
Luxembourg | Country-by-Country Reporting
15 Dec 16
Webinar: CMS MiFID II webinar – key conduct of bus...
08/12/2016
New CAP rules ban the advertising of high fat, salt and sugar foo...
The Committee of Advertising Practice (“CAP”) has today announced what it describes as ‘tough new rules’ banning the advertising of high fat, salt or sugar (“HFSS”) food or drink products in children’s media, following a lengthy consultation process which saw.
23/11/2016
CMS Guide to Passporting (UCITS)
Rules on Marketing Undertakings for Collective Inv...
08/12/2016
Ukraine: National Bank continues to liberalise capital controls
On 22 November 2016, the National Bank of Ukraine (the “NBU”) issued a set of regulations amending certain existing rules of currency control and the investment regime in Ukraine. The regulations are part of the on-going liberalisation of capital controls by.
23/11/2016
CMS Guide to Private Placement of Funds
Accessing European Investors post AIFMD
08/12/2016
Embedded benefits update
Embedded benefits have been an important source of revenue for distribution connected generators. The regulator, Ofgem, forecasts that the value of these benefits will rise substantially to a level that may not properly reflect the value of distributed generation.