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Security over Art: General Developments & Highlights

Security over Art: General Developments & Highlights

By , and | 17 Oct 2018

A number of particular issues and difficulties arise for lenders in taking security over art as opposed to other assets, especially in relation to art owned by natural persons. This briefing paper includes an update to the subject, sets out some of the recent general developments in the art market and highlights some traps for the unwary.

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Dirty laundry: Do British businesses risk being tarnished by new EU anti-money laundering rules post-Brexit?

Dirty laundry: Do British businesses risk being tarnished by new EU anti-money laundering rules post-Brexit?

By and | 05 Oct 2018

Fieldfisher corporate crime partner Francesca Titus and corporate crime associate Elliott Kenton discuss how moves to tighten up EU AML legislation could side-line UK companies.

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Arabian Rights: Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling

Arabian Rights: Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling

By | 02 Oct 2018

Fieldfisher partner Vivien Davies argues that pro-female cultural shifts underway in Saudi Arabia, thanks to the comparatively liberal policies of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, need to be backed by legal reform to enable women to reach their professional potential.

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From Bitcoin to blockchain: Solving the regulatory cryptogram

From Bitcoin to blockchain: Solving the regulatory cryptogram

By | 24 Sep 2018

Fieldfisher corporate partner and tech specialist Tim Bird, fintech consultant and CEO of TeamBlockchain Jonny Fry, and Cummings Law's alternative investment legal expert Claire Cummings discuss the regulatory hurdles facing mainstream adoption of cryptocurrencies and payment services technologies.

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Growing pains

Growing pains

By | 20 Sep 2018

Fieldfisher corporate partner and technology specialist Tim Bird looks at the discomforts of deal execution and how to avoid them.

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Brexit and access to UK financial markets by EU27 firms

Brexit and access to UK financial markets by EU27 firms

By | 17 Aug 2018

The UK is proposing new legislation to mitigate the impact on EU27 regulated firms arising from a "no deal" scenario in March 2019.

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UK Court says no negative interest payable under standard ISDA Credit Support Annex: a view from the loan markets

UK Court says no negative interest payable under standard ISDA Credit Support Annex: a view from the loan markets

By , and | 27 Jul 2018

A recent case in relation to the standard ISDA Credit Support Annex (CSA) has ruled that there is no obligation to pay negative interest under an English law CSA (see The State of the Netherlands v Deutsche Bank AG [2018] EWHC 1935 (Comm)).