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BaFin Publishes Consultation Paper for Insurance Companies’ Implementation of Solvency II Requirements for Internal Controls (10/24/14)

EBA Finalizes Guidelines on Significant Credit Risk Transfer (10/24/14)

Sabrina Siemko (10/24/14)

Sabrina Siemko joined as an Associate in March 2014. She is a member of the Frankfurt Tax department and prior to her start she was a trainee lawyer at Kaye Scholer. Sabrina primarily focuses on tax law, corporate and finance. She advises national and international companies and private clients on tax planning issues and corporate restructuring.

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ESMA and EBA Harmonize Guidelines for Handling Consumer Complaints Across the EU (10/23/14)

ESMA Opinion on Structured Retail Products—Good Practices for Product Governance Arrangements (10/23/14)

BaFin Issues a New FAQ Regarding Algorithmic Trading (10/23/14)

BaFin Publishes Additional Regulations to Make "Too Big to Fail" Institutions More Resistant to Failure in Crises (10/23/14)

Preparing for Solvency II: BaFin Requests Comments on General Governance Requirements (10/23/14)

BaFin Imposes Strict Requirements on Credit Institutions Engaging in Algorithmic Trading (10/23/14)

Reinhard Bunjes (10/23/14)

Reinhard Bunjes joined Kaye Scholer's Finance Department in Frankfurt in 2011. He represents lenders, sponsors, private equity investors and borrowers on the origination, syndication and restructuring of domestic German and cross-border acquisition, project and real estate finance transactions. Reinhard’s experience includes representing the sponsors, EIB or the lenders on three of the first six German federal motorway PPPs. He is also well-versed in syndicated and bilateral loans, representing mandated lead arrangers, underwriters and/or lenders, as well as borrowers. Reinhard handled one of the first Islamic finance structures in Germany for a leading German mortgage bank, which included the Sharia-compliant financing of a major portfolio of shopping centers. In 2012, he was on secondment to UBS’s compliance department in Frankfurt. 

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