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Dentons launches Global LGBT+ Network group
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Dentons Rodyk wins two awards at the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Southeast Asia Law Awards 2017
Dentons Rodyk won award in two categories at the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Southeast Asia Law Awards 2017.
Dentons partner appointed to legal panel of Brexit-focused Red Tape Initiative
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Dentons lawyer recognised as one of the top 10 LGBT+ Corporate Rising Stars at the British LGBT Awards 2017
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Commercial banks have been at the epicenter of the global economic crisis. Around the world they have been subject to ‘bail outs,’ and some significant banks have stopped trading. Public opinion and regulatory reform are changing the way banks do business.
Part of this changing landscape includes a high level of consolidation—smaller banks are now seeking refuge in larger banks with more access to liquidity. The aforementioned regulatory reform continues to affect all aspects of business and runs the risk of dampening the appetite for new lending—despite increased pressure to offer loans in some parts of the world.
To succeed you need to work smarter, and you need a partner that gets the sector and the pressures of the commercial banking environment. Dentons gets it—we do understand the complexities of the sector and we can offer you responsive, on-the-ground advice on everything from general lending to online banking.
Tap into one of the largest and broadest banking and finance departments in the industry. Dentons puts you back in the driver’s seat with access to a full range of specialized practice areas around the world. And you shouldn’t just expect traditional banking and finance work; we will give you sector knowledge and understanding together with a full range of commercial legal services across related sectors like real estate, technology, media and telecoms, litigation and employment. We provide you with the knowledge that can prove critical to the success of any commercial bank. Look to our lawyers for effective solutions in the commercial banking sector including:
Identity theft is a serious privacy and security problem that has escalated in recent years as more and more business functions move online. To keep pace with this emerging risk, US regulators have been requiring companies to build governance structures with systemic controls rather than ad hoc processes. To this end, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently adopted Regulation S-ID (Reg S-ID), a comprehensive set of rules requiring certain entities it regulates to implement an identity theft program (Program) to detect, prevent and respond to identity theft.
Those with an interest in the extent to which banks can be held liable for failed investments which they have sold will already be familiar with the case of Rubenstein v. HSBC Bank plc  EWHC 2304 (QB), decided at first instance last year.
Dentons announced today the appointment of a new Banking and Finance partner in Warsaw. Tomasz Braun joins from HSBC Holdings in London and will be responsible for further developing the Firm’s Banking and Finance compliance and regulatory offering.
Dentons has advised Mashreqbank psc on a dual conventional and Islamic financing facility to Royal Jordanian Airlines, the national airline of Jordan. The syndicate was made up of eight banks based in UAE, Qatar, Jordan and France with Mashreqbank psc acting as sole Bookrunner and also as Mandated Lead Arranger, along with Al Khalij Commercial Bank (Al Khalij) Q.S.C, Arab Bank plc, Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC, and The Commercial Bank (Q.S.C.).
In December 2015, Dentons’ Banking and Finance practice advised Bank PKO BP on loans to Qualia Group in connection with two seaside real estate projects in Poland. The team also advised Raiffeisen Bank Polska on financing for the same developer in connection with a residential complex in Gdańsk.
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