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Business Recovery/Insolvency

Top regulators put forward post-crunch proposals to suspend swap termination rights

A recent letter from Bank of England governor Mark Carney to the ISDA, countersigned by regulators from the US, Germany and Switzerland, looked at the possibility of short-term suspension of swap termination rights, in the latest post-crunch move to guard against global financial instability.

Company: Macfarlanes | Published: 14 November 2013 | Business Area: Business Recovery/Insolvency

Ten ways to improve cash flow

The saying “revenue is vanity, cash flow is sanity and cash flow is king” was coined by a very wise, and probably successful, businessman. Vital to the health of any firm, cash flow ensures survival even when times are slow. This paper studies ten ways to improve your organisation's cash flow.

Company: Sage Group Plc | Published: 13 November 2013 | Business Area: Working Capital

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The global employer - a round-up of recent legal developments for multinational employers

This Baker & McKenzie briefing includes a collection of articles on legal developments across nine jurisdictions - including the UK, US, France, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Switzerland and Spain - which examine changes to employment law and explore recent developments in compensation and benefits.

Company: Baker & McKenzie | Published: 06 November 2013 | Business Area: NI and Social Security

The companies you keep - five steps to manage third-party risk in global supply chains

Senior executives believe reputational risk is an even greater consideration than cost when choosing suppliers and partners, according to new Baker & McKenzie research. The study, which canvassed 100 top executives, looks at the key risks that businesses face when working with third party providers.

Company: Baker & McKenzie | Published: 04 November 2013 | Business Area: Customs Duties

Key issues for North American companies doing business in the UK

This newsletter from Nabarro rounds up key issues for North American companies doing business in the UK, including the EU's upcoming review of personal data transfers to the US, pension debts on insolvency, and the 10 things you need to know about the European Market Infrastructure Regulation.

Company: Nabarro | Published: 01 November 2013 | Business Area: Business Recovery/Insolvency

Upcoming Hong Kong employment law developments

This newsletter from DLA Piper rounds up the latest developments in employment law in Hong Kong, covering paternity leave, personal data and privacy, equal opportunities, standard working hours and Mandatory Provident Fund contributions.

Company: DLA Piper | Published: 10 October 2013 | Business Area: Employment Tax

Cities of gold? Fraud and corruption in emerging markets: a survival guide

Emerging markets are enticing for any firm looking to expand, but they also present a number of difficulties for the unprepared. This survey from Legal Week in association with Kroll demonstrates how a little knowledge of a country prior to investment can go a very long way.

Company: Kroll | Published: 10 October 2013 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

Insolvency rules, short-selling and shadow banking - latest market developments in the finance sector

This monthly finance bulletin from Travers Smith's banking and corporate recovery department contains an overview of recent market developments and trends in the finance sector, including a spotlight on the duties and liabilities of an Agent Bank and Lender.

Company: Travers Smith | Published: 08 October 2013 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

Life after Lehman - five years on

Five years on from the fall of Lehman Brothers, can there be confidence that the failure of another systemic institution could be managed without the fall-out seen in 2008? In this set-piece report, Allen & Overy looks at the lasting legacy of Lehman's iconic credit crunch collapse.

Company: Allen & Overy | Published: 07 October 2013 | Business Area: Business Recovery/Insolvency

Jersey reconfirms flexible use of 'just and equitable' winding up

In a recent case, a company was wound up on the basis that is was "just and equitable" to do so. But what factors were considered before reaching such a conclusion? Mourant Ozannes discusses the case's key facts, explaining how Jersey law practices can prove for businesses facing insolvency.

Company: Mourant Ozannes | Published: 26 September 2013 | Business Area: Business Recovery/Insolvency

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