Financial Institutions and Markets (J)
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By: Att. Nilay Celebi; Erdem & Erdem (Turkey - TAGLaw)
The Capital Markets Board adopted the Communiqué on Market Abuse (VI-1.104.1) (“Communiqué”) in order to determine the acts and transactions that result in the distortion of the reliability, transparency, and stability of stock markets and other organized markets, which cannot be justified through reasonable economic or financial grounds, and sanctions upon those persons who do such acts and transactions. The Communiqué was published in the Official Gazette on 21.01.2014, and came into effect the same day. The Communiqué sets forth market abuse actions, and actions that are not deemed as market abuse.
By: Lawrence G. Lerman; Lerch, Early & Brewer (Maryland, USA - TAGLaw)
One may ask why we always include a waiver of all claims when we prepare an amendment or modification to existing loan documents. Similarly, we include a waiver of all claims against the lender in all forbearance agreements and similar loan restructuring agreements. In a recent case, the North Carolina Supreme Court demonstrated the value and importance of including a waiver of any and all potential claims against a lender in consideration for the restructuring or amending of the terms of a loan.
By Mark L. Kowalsky, Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss, P.C., (Michigan, USA - TAGLaw)
The Securities Industry Financial Markets Association ("SIFMA") is an organization of several hundred securities firms, banks and asset managers. Affiliate members of SIFMA include the law firms whose practices involve the securities industry. SIFMA's Compliance and Legal Society focuses on the education of compliance and legal professionals in the securities industry.
Contact: Att. Tuna F. Colgar; Erdem & Erdem (Turkey - TAGLaw)
Prohibition on hidden income shifting is one of the most important issues that is broadly regulated under Capital Markets Law No. 6362 ("CML"). In conjunction with CML Article 21, which has a broader context than Article 15 of the abrogated Capital Markets Law No. 2499, another significant step has been taken regarding one of the most primary aims of the Capital Markets Board ("CMB" or "Board"), a public regulatory authority, which is to provide protection on the rights of shareholders of public companies.
Contact: Delaney Partners (Bahamas - TAGLaw)
Recent securities legislation establishing a sophisticated investment fund vehicle called an Investment Condominium (ICON) under Bahamian law, is an example of The Bahamas' enduring commitment to financial services, one extending as far back as the 1930's.
The statutory framework for the ICON is the Investment Condominium Act, 2014 (ICON Act). The ICON is intended to be an alternative to a traditional company, unit trust or exempted limited partnership vehicle for use in relation to investment funds. It must be licensed as one or other of the already-existing Bahamian investment funds, namely, a SMART fund, professional fund or standard fund.