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Court of Appeal grants rare anti-enforcement injunctionBy Tom Coates
In cross-border disputes, anti-suit injunctions are not infrequently sought by one party to stop its opponent from commencing a court action in a foreign court, or from continuing with one that is already ongoing in another jurisdiction.
Remuneration Code for banks, building societies and investment firmsBy Richard Miskella, Victoria Goode, Sara Cohen, Jonathan Carr
In December 2013 the Prudential Regulation Authority (“PRA”) and the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) (the bodies which took over the regulation of the financial services sector from the Financial Services Authority (“FSA”) on 1 April 2013) issued a new Remuneration Code (“the New Code”) taking into account the requirements of the fourth amendment to the Capital Requirements Directive (“CRD4”). The remuneration requirements of CRD4 build on the remuneration requirements of the third amendment to Capital Requirement Directive (“CRD3”) which aimed to align remuneration principles in banks, building societies and investment firms across the EU and, in particular, to impose restrictions affecting the structure and timing of bonus payments including for example deferring entitlement to bonuses already earned by individuals.
Bank of England shake-up may trigger rate-setter changesBy Owen Watkins
Commenting in a Reuters article, Owen Watkins discusses the scandal over alleged manipulation of currency markets which the Bank of England was drawn into last year.