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issued by analysts at investment banks will have followed with
interest the recent...
On 18 July 2002 the FSA Annual Public Meeting
was held. Set out below is a summary of the main
points made by Sir Howard Davies and other
On 30 July 2002, the Financial Services Authority ("FSA") issued
Discussion Paper 14 entitled "Review of the Listing Regime" to
commence the widest ranging...
On 16 July, the Government issued the first of its White Papers on
the proposed reform of UK Company Law. The White Paper is the first
The Law Commission has just published a consultation paper
proposing reform of the law on unfair contract terms. The
Commission is proposing an overhaul...
From today, 7th August 2002, the UK legislation which provides for
interest on overdue debts will apply to all businesses. Previously
only small businesses...
Scrutiny of Directors' pay packages is likely to increase
following the introduction last week of new Regulations on
Who will be affected...
On 4 July 2002 the Takeover Code Committee published its responses
to a consultation exercise it had conducted on suggested revisions
to the Notes on...
A parent company will be liable to a third party if the parent is
involved in, or directs, its subsidiary to breach its contract with
that third party.
On 25 June, Trade and Industry Secretary Patricia Hewitt announced
that the Government would be bringing in new laws to give
shareholders of quoted companies...
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