Topic: Cross-border transactions

Sullivan & Cromwell and Wachtell Lipton advise as PNC buys BBVA USA

Pittsburgh-based PNC has agreed the purchase of Spanish bank BBVA’s US subsidiary – setting off a regulatory approvals process that will extend into the Biden administration.

18 November 2020

Digital euro could threaten bank business models, ECB says

The European Central Bank has warned that a digital euro could alter banks’ entire business models and encourage greater risk-taking behaviours.

20 October 2020

ESMA to get greater non-EU firm monitoring powers

In a move that could allow European investors to avoid publicly disclosing certain UK-based transactions, the European Securities and Markets Authority has confirmed it will assess UK trading venues before the end of the year –  as the regulator gets greater powers to monitor non-EU firms transacting in the bloc.

05 October 2020

CPMI urges regulatory synchronisation for cross-border payments

A G20 report says the benefits to cross-border payments from technological advances will be limited if states don’t coordinate their regulatory frameworks as well.

14 July 2020

Australia’s ASIC introduces new licensing regime for foreign banks

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) will introduce a new licensing regime for foreign financial services providers as part of a new regulatory framework, despite opposition from stakeholders.

13 March 2020

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