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Although the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has been evaluating foreign investment for implications to U.S. national security interests since 1975, its authority has expanded only incrementally over the years, with the last significant legislative changes more than a
11 April 2018
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … ding ReachBeware-CFIUSs-Expanding-Reach.aspx
Regulators are faced with a choice. They can engage with senior management of banks or they can draw the battle lines with them. It will be unfortunate if they choose confrontation as there are many within the industry that have a great deal to contr Regulators are faced with a choice. They can
20 March 2009
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … eed-constructive-debate,-not-scapegoats.aspx
David Morley, Senior Partner at Allen & Overy, discusses the opportunities presented by the G20 Summit in London and how financial reform and regulation can provide stability to the global economy. David Morley, Senior Partner at Allen & Overy, discusses the opportunities presented by the G20
10 March 2009
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … tion--a-measured-international-solution.aspx
The Turner Review, published on 18 March 2009, firmly places securitisation – at least in its more complex forms – at the heart of the current banking crisis. But does it deserve its reputation? The Turner Review, published on 18 March 2009, firmly places securitisation – at least in its more
27 March 2009
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … tomime-villain-of-the-financial-crisis-.aspx
Allen & Overy Special Global Counsel, Philip Wood, on what really caused the financial crisis and what needs to happen now. Allen & Overy Special Global Counsel, Philip Wood, on what really caused the financial crisis and what needs to happen now.
30 March 2009
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … mmer-to-the-whole-thing,-if-we-want-to'.aspx
The current crisis was not caused by derivatives, and will not be solved by any knee-jerk reaction from politicians. Any new regulatory approach to derivatives needs to be more balanced, building on the industry's existing track record in meeting new The current crisis was not caused by
31 March 2009
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … t--a-track-record-of-adapting-to-change.aspx
The current crisis was not caused by derivatives, and will not be solved by any knee-jerk reaction from politicians. Any new regulatory approach to derivatives needs to be more balanced, building on the industry's existing track record in meeting new The current crisis was not caused by
31 March 2009
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … -radical-reform-or-just-the-first-step-.aspx


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