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SPECIALISTS IN ASSET MANAGEMENT, FINANCIAL SERVICES AND CAPITAL MARKETS

FMLA Financial Markets Lawyers is a Netherlands based independent boutique law firm specializing in asset management, investment funds, the pension sector, custody, regulation and supervision of Dutch financial markets and institutions, listings, delistings and other public transactions. As an independent boutique law firm, FMLA generally has no conflicting interests when assisting activist shareholders (e.g. hedge funds) targeting publicly traded Dutch and other companies listed on Euronext Amsterdam. Our Lawyers have in-depth experience in setting up legal structures and providing tailor made solutions.

 

 

OUR PRACTICE AREAS


Asset Management & Pension Sector – advising among others investment funds (all asset classes, including alternative investment funds, UCITS and ETFs) and fund managers, discretionary asset managers, pension funds and other institutional investors  on regulatory and supervisory matters, product development, investment management, custody, investment structures and governance.


Financial Services Regulation - advising among others banks, intermediaries and other financial services providers on regulatory and supervisory matters, including  conduct of business rules and governance.

 

Securities Markets & Investment Firms – advising among others investors, trading platforms and other financial markets parties, including brokers and dealers, on securities laws and supervisory matters, corporate governance and strategy, short selling, corporate law, IPOs and other capital markets transactions and public takeover bids.
 

 

Please contact us on +31 (0)20 8000 600 or at info@FMLAAA.com for further information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UAE bank ADCB to open Singapore office

Nov 1, 2014

ABU DHABI, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank will open a representative office in Singapore this year as part of its plans to expand in southeast Asia, the bank said on Saturday.

 

 

 
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