Archive for August, 2016

Carey Olsen – Singapore Listing

Singapore Listing for Jersey Company Lawyers from Carey Olsen have advised West China Cement Limited (WCC) on its successful offering and listing of its 7.5% senior notes due 2016 (the notes) on the official list of Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited which completed on 26 January 2011. WCC, a leading cement producer in the Shaanxi province of China recognised in 2009 by Forbes Magazine as one of "Asia's 2...

31 Jan 10:45 AM 0 Read More...

Toyota To Recall 19,000 Cars In The UK

Toyota is to recall nearly 19,000 cars in the UK due to potential problems with fuel systems. The car manufacturer said hundreds of Toyota Avensis and Lexus IS 250 models could be at risk of fuel leaks if they are not modified by mechanics. The company confirmed there were no known accidents related to the defect. However, the faults are the latest in a series of quality control problems to have hit the manufacturer,...

26 Jan 11:00 AM 0 Read More...

Clarion Wins Case against Sri Lankan Government

Clarion in Leeds has successfully concluded a long-running claim against the Government of the Socialist Democratic Republic of Sri Lanka on behalf of its client, the Original Eickhorn Solingen Company Limited (OESC), recovering a substantial sum.  The Sri Lankan Attorney General led the settlement discussions for the Sri Lankan Government. The claim arose from an international arbitration started in Sri Lanka i...

26 Jan 10:35 AM 0 Read More...

Linklaters names new leadership for global and UK tax groups

Linklaters has appointed Brussels partner Henk Vanhulle as its new global head of tax, with Yash Rupal stepping down from the role after completing a three-year term.Vanhulle (pictured), who has been a partner with the magic circle firm since 1995 and Brussels tax chief since 2007, has significant experience in corporate tax, with particular emphasis on international tax planning, corporate finance, capital market tr...

25 Jan 11:41 AM 0 Read More...

'Poor financial management

The Ministry of Justice risks making ‘ill-informed’ cuts to services when attempting to slash £2bn from its budget, unless it gathers adequate data and fully understands what it spends, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) said today. In a report on financial management at the MoJ, the government spending watchdog says there is a risk that, in cutting its budget by 23% from £9bn to £7bn, ...

25 Jan 11:27 AM 0 Read More...