Monthly Archives: December 2021

I Knew You Were Trouble – Taylor Swift re-records back catalogue in royalties row

‘You belong with me’ sang Taylor Swift in 2009 on her second studio Album Fearless. But in a bitter twist of copyright law, Swift’s Billboard topping hit and her early back catalogue does not belong to her but to external …

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Libor transition update: Synthetic rates for Sterling and Yen

The FCA has confirmed that synthetic rates will be published for 1, 3 and 6 month Sterling and Yen LIBOR from the 1st of January 2022, for at least 12 months. These rates will be available for use in all legacy …

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Financial Services Winter update 2021

Private Equity disputes – Clawing their way back? The post-Covid economic recovery has seen high levels of M & A activity, with private equity firms eager to deploy funds following a muted 2020. Nichola Leach discussed whether this is likely to lead to an …

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