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We are very proud to be the Contributing Editor of the recently published International Comparative Legal Guide on Derivatives 2021.
We are delighted to this year be the Contributing Editor of the recently published International Comparative Legal Guide on Derivatives 2021.
Travers Smith has sponsored the inaugural Private Equity International Women in Private Funds report.
Senior Partner Kathleen Russ was interviewed by Globe Law and Business in a special report on law firm management, on the lessons she has learned throughout her impressive career as a tax lawyer and senior partner. Kath was interviewed alongside other notable legal figures, including: Olayemi Anyanechi Founder and Managing Partner, Sefton Fross, Rafael Fontana Senior Partner, Cuatrecasas, and Aku Sorainen Founder and Senior Partner, Sorainen.
In this feature article Finance partner Donald Lowe and Associate Michael Leadbeater examine the process of establishing an incremental facility using the steps prescribed by the Loan Market Association’s (LMA) template wording and consider whether it represents common practice in the mid-market.
Alongside senior knowledge lawyers from across the legal sector, Senior Knowledge Manager, Emily Tearle, discusses how the priorities of knowledge management leaders have changed one year into a global pandemic.
Funds partner, Sam Kay, has featured in Private Equity International discussing how both LPs and GPs are getting more sophisticated in their approach to raising capital and addressing liquidity challenges. You can read the full keynote interview below.
We are delighted to share with you the first edition of our Public M&A Trends publication.
Funds partner, Sam Kay, and Tax partner, Elena Rowlands, have featured in the latest Chambers Global Practice Guides, giving an overview of the investment funds market and discussing alternative investment funds, retail funds and the recent developments relating to legal, regulatory and tax changes.
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We have the technology: software and data transactions under the National Security and Investment Bill
As we reported in December, the UK Government has recently published the National Security and Investment Bill ("the NSI Bill") – draft legislation designed to strengthen its powers to scrutinise transactions on grounds of national security.
The NSI Bill will broaden the range of investments which can be reviewed by the UK government, and introduce a statutory requirement for parties to notify transactions in the most sensitive areas of the economy. Alongside a mandatory notification requirement, the government will also have a more extensive "call-in" power to enable it to assess deals which may give rise to national security risks.