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10 June 2022
THE EMERGING AREA OF SUSTAINABLE SECURITISATION
Sustainable securitisation is gathering pace. According to S&P Global Ratings, last year saw over €4 billion in green and social securitisation issuance in Europe. Key players in this market include Dutch mortgage lender Obvion and specialist UK lender Kensington Mortgages.
10 June 2022
A tale of two markets: regulatory divergence between the EU and UK securitisation frameworks
The UK voted to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016 and then officially ceased to be an EU Member State on 31 December 2020. Nearly five years later, the long drawn-out process of Brexit has still not come to an end, as the UK and EU continue to clash over borders and trade issues. For the...
08 June 2022
RECENT PORTFOLIO ACQUISITIONS TRENDS - UPDATE ON SPAIN'S MORTGAGE SECURITIES LEGAL REGIME
The Spanish market for secured non-performing loans (NPLs) is one of the largest and most active markets in Europe and Spain remains a preferred jurisdiction for international investors. Although for a number of years most portfolio disposals have been structured as a direct sale of secured NPLs,...
07 October 2019
The Securitisation Regulation: step by step
The adoption of the Securitisation Regulation (the “ SR ”) marked the end of a long running consultation and legislative process whereby the European supervisory and governmental authorities, including the European Parliament, set out to reform regulation of securitisation in Europe.
02 May 2019
The Securitisation Regulation: an originator perspective
The Securitisation Regulation (“ SR ”) (Regulation (EU) 2017/2402) consolidates and enhances existing regulatory rules applicable to securitisations. It also creates direct compliance obligations for originators, original lenders and securitisation special purpose entities (“ SSPEs ”), with...
13 December 2018
Are you ready for the new lease standards under IFRS 16?
CHANGES IN A NUTSHELL From 1 January 2019, a new IFRS 16 standard, which was published by the International Accounting Standards Board in January 2016, comes into force. It will profoundly change the accounting treatment of leases by requiring companies to bring most leases on-balance sheet. The...
06 October 2017
Reform of French Securitisation Law and Creation of Specialised Financing Vehicles
The reform of the French securitisation legislation announced by the Government throughout the implementation of 'Sapin 2 Law' has been published on 5 October 2017. This reform is coupled with the introduction into French law of specialized financing vehicles and a new reform of the banking...
22 July 2016
Game on: ASIC hits the jackpot in the Panel in the Ainsworth matter
The Takeovers Panel accepted undertakings (relatively late in the process) from Mrs Ainsworth (a 8.96% shareholder) to, amongst other things, refrain from voting on the transaction pursuant to which her husband would sell his controlling stake in Ainsworth Game Technology for a price which had a 33...
31 March 2016
2016 ASIC Annual Forum at a Glance
In case you were not able to attend the 2016 ASIC annual forum held in Sydney last week (the theme of which was ‘Culture Shock’), we thought it may be useful to briefly summarise our key takeaways from comments made over the course of various sessions.
30 June 2022
Asia-Pacific Competition Law Guide 2022
We are pleased to announce the launch of the sixth edition of Herbert Smith Freehills’ Asia-Pacific Competition Law Guide. Since the previous edition of the guide and in the context of the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, competition authorities across the Asia-Pacific region have...
29 June 2022
Trust Companies see cyber security as key business risk
Our survey confirms that trust companies continue to see cyber security as a key business risk. This is in line with companies in other areas: in IBM's 25 th edition of "The CEO Study", drawn from interviews with 3,000 CEOs worldwide, CEOs ranked cyber risk as their greatest organisational...
27 June 2022
Australia’s new employee stock ownership plan disclosure exemptions present a stark choice
New reforms designed to expand access to employee equity and reduce red tape by removing disclosure and other regulatory requirements will come into force in October – but the reality is they will present companies with a stark choice when offering equity in Australia to employees.
23 June 2022
Trust Companies Survey 2022: Beneficiary Disputes
Respondents continue to identify Beneficiary Disputes (ie disputes between the trustee and one or more of the beneficiaries) as a significant challenge. However, trustees' primary concerns remain in other areas, with Beneficiary Disputes ranking as the sixth most pressing issue. In this article, we...
16 June 2022
Trust companies survey 2022: The data privacy angle
Whilst data privacy and security risks remain on the risk radar for trust companies, this year's trust companies survey focussed on what were the most challenging privacy risks for companies. We asked the same question when researching the last edition of the survey, when the results showed that...