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Authorised Fund Horizons – Winter 2016

The Winter edition of our newsletter provides a practical guide to legal and regulatory developments in the UK authorised funds sector.
28 January 2016

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Debt factors and equitable set-off - rare application of little used and understood rights

The received wisdom is that if a debtor is considering equitable set-off arguments, they are clutching at straws. A recent case shows a rare example of when such rights can successfully be used.
21 January 2016

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Bona vacantia, escheat and company restoration – two conflicting decisions explored

Two recent decisions regarding company dissolution and restoration dealt with similar issues but resulted in completely different outcomes. We analyse which one is correct.
21 January 2016

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Validation orders: guidance on Court validation against anticipated payments

This guidance explores Re Sahaviriya Steel Industries UK Limited [2015] EWHC 2726 where the court is asked to make a validation against anticipated payments.
21 January 2016

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Regulatory & legislative round-up: pre-pack pool, SIP 16, Insolvency Rules & litigation

The past two months have seen a further plethora of regulatory and legislative changes. We sum up some of the more significant ones.
21 January 2016

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FAMR and automated advice

HM Treasury and the Financial Conduct Authority jointly launched the Financial Advice Market Review to understand how financial advice could work better for consumers. We recall the key points.
26 November 2015

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Authorised Fund Horizons - Autumn 2015

In this edition of Authorised Fund Horizons we look at developments on the Senior Managers and Certification Regime, UCITS V to the Common Reporting Standards and EMIR, the ELTIF Regulation, CAIFs.
23 October 2015

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Speaking up in the financial services sector: new rules on whistleblowing

The PRA and FCA have introduced a new set of rules designed to bolster the culture of “speaking up” within financial services firms. These are relevant to all firms in the financial services sector.
14 October 2015

Limitations on the scope for banks to identify the mistaken recipients of bank transfers

When a bank’s mistake leads to the wrong person receiving a transfer of money, a ‘Norwich Pharmacal’ order can be used to identify them.
01 October 2015

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Can multiple debts exceeding £750 constitute a basis for a statutory demand?

Statutory demand can be issued for debts in excess of £750 and if left unsatisfied for 21 days, can be evidence of insolvency. What happens where there are multiple dents of less than £750 each?
22 September 2015

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Wrongful trading defence: why taking every step to minimise creditor losses is key

Brooks and Willetts (Joint Liquidators of Robin Hood Centre plc) v Armstrong and Walker - what are the issues raised for practitioners?
22 September 2015

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Mistaken discharge of land mortgages: curtains or rectification for future lending?

It well-established that a mortgage can be used to secure further advances made by a lender but what happens when a registered mortgage is mistakenly discharged at the Land Registry?
22 September 2015
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