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Autumn Statement: short term boost but interest rates set to remain, experts say 26/11/2015

The week on eprivateclient - Inaugural eprivateclient Annual Law Dinner 23/11/2015
A look at the top stories on eprivateclient last week

US authorities take over $20m in quartet of Swiss banking agreements 17/11/2015
Four more Swiss banks have reached an agreement with the US Department of Justice over charges of assisting their American clients evade tax.

Swiss authorities adopt Anti-Money Laundering Ordinance 11/11/2015
The Swiss Federal Council has taken its latest step in combatting money laundering by adopting the Anti-Money Laundering Ordinance (AMLO). It will enter into force on 1 January 2016.

Swiss bank settles with US Department of Justice 04/11/2015

Four more Swiss banks reach agreement with US Department of Justice 03/11/2015
A further four Swiss banks have reached resolutions with the US Department of Justice for their involvement in aiding US tax evasion.

FCA to remove 'ineffective communication requirements' from Handbook 22/10/2015
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will be removing a several ‘ineffective communication requirements’ from its Handbook in its discussion paper ‘Smarter Consumer Communications’, published in June this year.

Trade body calls for clarity over key themes in MiFID II 30/09/2015
TISA, a financial services membership organisation, has called for greater clarity and understanding around the issues of appropriateness and product governance in MiFID II, ahead of the FCA Consultation Paper in December.

Aberdeen Asset Management granted Chinese licence 23/09/2015
China has granted Aberdeen Asset Management a Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise (WFOE) business licence.

SEC charges New York adviser $40m for mutual fund misuse 23/09/2015
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged a New York-based investment adviser and its affiliated distributor with improperly using mutual fund assets to pay for the marketing and distribution of fund shares.

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