Publications

Hogan Lovells Engage

No passport, no loan?

The first signs of spring remind us that EU Exit day is fast approaching but a deal between the EU and the UK is proving elusive. If passporting rights are lost what impact will that have...

Hogan Lovells Engage

Luxembourg's first dip before surfing on the blockchain wave

On 14 February 2019, the Luxembourg Parliament adopted the bill amending the law dated 1 August 2001 on the circulation of securities (the Securities Law).

Hogan Lovells Engage

UK sanctions legislations rushes through Parliament in advance of a potential no-deal Brexit

Transposing more than 40 years of EU legislations is not straightforward, including when it comes to EU sanctions laws.

Hogan Lovells Engage

EU proposes to expands its AML/CTF blacklist to 23 countries, including Saudi Arabia, Panama and the US Virgin Islands

The European Commission has added a host of countries to its list of countries with deficiencies in their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing frameworks, bringing the...

Hogan Lovells Engage

US CFTC to prioritise cryptocurrency in 2019

The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has published it examination divisional priorities, which include a focus on cryptocurrency.

Hogan Lovells Engage

HMRC issues guidance on taxation when receiving and selling cryptoassets

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has issued two pieces of guidance for individuals that receive and sell cryptoassets.

Hogan Lovells Engage

HMRC issues guidance on taxation of cryptoassets for individuals

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has set out its view on how individuals who hold cryptoassets are taxed. It stated that, in the majority of cases, individuals who hold cryptoassets as a...

Hogan Lovells Engage

ICOs not included in upcoming crowdfunding rules

An EU Parliamentary Committee has recommended postponing rules on initial coin offerings (ICOs), which would have formed part of the proposed crowdfunding regulation. The proposed...

;
Loading data