The Clean Energy for all Europeans Package has been a long-time coming. First proposed in November 2016, it was heavily negotiated by the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament and the European Commission (“Commission”).
Culture is increasingly becoming a focus for many organisations and regulators. We hosted a full day conference for our clients as part of our annual seminar programme, focusing on the topic of culture in the workplace.
Green and sustainability linked loans are a hot topic in the loan markets. They are a relatively recent innovation, but volumes have risen dramatically over the past few years to over US$99bn in 2018. The rise of green and sustainability linked loans signals the early stages of a fundamental shift in the wider economy.
The government has announced an extensive package of measures to strengthen the powers of the Pensions Regulator. The proposals will have an impact on any corporate transaction involving a defined benefit pension scheme.
Italian Competition Authority (ICA) imposed on the global sports media agencies MP & Silva, IMG, B4 Capital and BE4 Sarl/B4 Italia (the Parties) fines totalling more than EUR 67 million for breaching antitrust regulations.
Linklaters advised China International Capital Corporation Hong Kong Securities Limited and China Merchants Securities(HK) Co., Limited, as joint sponsors, on China Tobacco International (HK)’s international unit listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX).
Associated British Ports (ABP), the biggest port operator in the UK, has today received consent from bondholders to switch the benchmark underpinning its £65m floating rate notes due 2022 from LIBOR to SONIA.
Rare, the graduate recruitment specialist, has launched Vantage, a new online portal supported by leading UK law firms and designed to finally break the artificial barriers putting legal careers beyond the reach of many talented candidates.