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FIG Bulletin, 16 August 2019

We are delighted to send you our latest e-newsletter, setting out recent regulatory developments of interest to financial institutions.

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A bit more Sunshine: CMS proposes collecting additional information on manufacturer payments under the Open Payments program

Device and drug manufacturers got a small surprise in the annual Physician Fee Schedule proposed rule (at 40,713-16) issued late in July by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services...

Investing in China’s TMT sector: What you need to know?

China is a market that represents a paradox for many telecoms, media and technology ("TMT") companies. On the one hand it offers the promise of almost unlimited growth potential if you get...

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SMCR extension commencement order published

Last month, the Bank of England and Financial Services Act 2016 (Commencement No 6 and Transitional Provisions) Regulations 2019 came into force. These Regulations ultimately confirm the...

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Proposed additions of chemical families to Schedule 1 of Chemical Weapons Convention and BIS requests for comments from chemical, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies

On 14 August 2019 the U.S. Department of Commerce published a proposed change to the list of "Schedule 1" chemicals in the "Annex on Chemicals" to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC).

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EBA Report on the impact of FinTech on payment institutions and e-money institutions business models

In line with the priorities set out in its FinTech Roadmap, last month, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published a report on the impact of FinTech on the business of payment...

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Webinar summary: Artificial Intelligence – Getting to grips with basics and legal implications

Jason Lohr (San Francisco) held the first in a series of internal webinars on the basics and legal implications of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, highlighting their...

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Workplace pensions in Germany: what you need to know

In Germany, paying contributions to the statutory (state) social security pension is compulsory for most employees and their employers.

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