Welcome to the tenth edition of Global asset management quarterly.
A monitor appointed under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) may commence a claim against third parties in the name of the debtor.
Copyright holders are increasingly seeking Norwich orders against internet service providers to identify individuals misusing intellectual property online.
ASIC has today extended relief for certain foreign financial services providers (FFSPs) in sufficiently equivalent regulatory regimes from the requirement to hold an Australian financial services licence (AFSL) when providing financial services to wholesale clients.
The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) has updated the rules that govern issuances of securities by Alberta issuers to purchasers outside Alberta in a way that should facilitate distributions out of Alberta. ASC Rule 72-501 – Distributions to Purchasers Outside Alberta provides exemptions from the prospectus and registration requirements for certain trades of securities to purchasers outside Alberta.
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On August 17, 2018, the National Constituent Assembly issued a Constituent Decree setting out a Temporary Regime for Advanced Payment of the Value Added Tax and of the Income Tax for Passive Subjects Qualified as Special (the Decree), which was published in the Official Gazette of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Special Issue N° 6.396, dated August 21, 2018.
On September 18, 2018, the Dutch Government published its 2019 Tax Plan and related tax proposals for the coming years (2019 Tax Plan) – a proposal of law that provides tax law adjustments applicable as of January 1, 2019.
Through Decree 1273 of 2018 the Ministry of Health and Social Protection modified the Statute of Health and Social Protection, in particular regarding the contributions of the independent contractors to the Social Security and Payroll Taxes Systems.
The financial services industry constitutes around 7 per cent of UK GDP, directly employs 1.1 million people (two thirds of them outside London) and contributes a significant proportion of tax revenue to the UK.
In September 2018, the Constitutional Court in Duncanmec (Pty) Ltd v Gaylard N.O. & others (ZACC39) found that the use of the phrase ‘hit the boer’ in the context of a struggle song sung by striking workers did not justify dismissal.
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