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Hong Kong: ESG Series – International Capital Market Association, Principles on Sustainable Finance Instruments

28 June 2022 by LC Lawyers

Green, social and sustainability-linked bonds listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange adopt principles formulated by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) . This article introduces the core elements in those principles.

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Nigeria: UDO UDOMA & BELO-OSAGIE DEAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

15 June 2022 by Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie

Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie's latest deals

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The FSC brings welcomed changes to its recently issued Guidelines for Issue of Corporate and Green Bonds

14 June 2022 by Bhavna Ramsurun (Partner, Financial services), Vipin Jeerakun (Associate) - BLC Robert & Associates - Mauritius

On 23 December 2021, the Financial Services Commission (‘FSC’) published the Guidelines for Issue of Corporate and Green Bonds in Mauritius (‘Guidelines’). The purpose of the Guidelines is to supplement the Guide for the Issue of Sustainable Bonds in Mauritius issued by the Bank of Mauritius in June 2021 (‘BOM Guide’) by elaborating on various regulatory requirements to be adopted by the issuers of ‘Green Bonds’ in line with international best practices and the Guidelines go further by also regulating the issuance of corporate bonds which do not have a ‘green’ element.

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Egypt: Two Baker McKenzie partners in the MENA region are named IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2022

20 April 2022 by Helmy Hamza & Partners

Lamyaa Gadelhak, Partner and co-head of the Banking & Projects Practice Group at Helmy, Hamza & Partners, Baker McKenzie's Cairo office, has once again been chosen as one of IFLR1000's Women Leaders 2022 for both the Middle East and Africa. Lamyaa was also chosen as an IFLR1000 Women Leader in 2021. Fatima Alhasan, Partner in the Bahrain office of Baker McKenzie has also been named as one of IFLR1000's Women Leaders 2022 for the Middle East.

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Cyprus: Corporate distress in Cyprus; Revisiting Receivership

19 April 2022 by Ioannis Sidiropoulos, associate, Elias Neocleous & Co LLC

Economies globally are passing through severe turbulence. As if the adverse effects of the pandemic were not enough, the recent crisis in Ukraine and its financial consequences are causing increasing macro and microeconomic adversities. Cyprus is no exception to this situation.

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Saudi Arabia: Amendments to the Executive Regulation of the Shariah Pleading Law, concerning the Commercial Court

13 April 2022 by Hazim Al-Madani Attorneys & Legal Consultants

On 9/6/1439 AH, corresponding to 25/2/2018, the Minister of Justice, President of the Supreme Judicial Council, issued a decision to amend some articles of the Executive Regulation of the Shariah Pleading Law, where most of these amendments were in the interests of the Commercial Judiciary, in belief of its importance; as it has recently become independent of the umbrella of the Board of Grievances, and is now under the umbrella of the Ministry of Justice.

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Saudi Arabia: Amendments to the Executive Regulations of the Law of Criminal Procedures

13 April 2022 by Hazim Al-Madani Attorneys & Legal Consultants

Amendment of Paragraph 1 of Article 157, of the Executive Regulations

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Saudi Arabia: Decision No. (M/40), dated 24/06/1441 AH

13 April 2022 by Hazim Al-Madani Attorneys & Legal Consultants

Based on the Royal Ordinance No. 25634, dated 20/04/1441 AH

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IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2022 Q&A: Christel Sands-Feaste, Higgs & Johnson, Bahamas

30 March 2022 by Chynna Lewis

Higgs & Johnson partner, Christel Sands-Feaste, shares her story and perspective on the legal environment in the Bahamas as it pertains to gender disparities and consequential initiatives taken to support and advance women lawyers.

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India: Delhi High Court vacates ex-parte injunction on grounds of gross suppression of facts. Imposes heavy cost on the Plaintiffs

24 March 2022 by L&L Partners

In an order pronounced today, the Delhi High Court had vacated an e-parte interim injunction granted in August 2019, on account of material suppression of facts by the Plaintiffs, Kent RO Systems and its Managing Director.