The European Commission has proposed Fourth Money Laundering Directive (4MLD) amendments and early implementation. As we have discussed in previous blog posts, as of 6 April most UK companies and LLPs have had to maintain a “register of people with significant control” (PSC register). From 30 June the information on those PSC registers is starting… Read more
Contributor: Nicholas McVeigh
Managing Associate, Professional Support Lawyer, Corporate
Nicholas is a Managing Associate and a Professional Support Lawyer in the Corporate department.
His role includes drafting and developing the Corporate department’s precedents and practice notes and the provision of updates on new legal developments and training. Prior to joining Mishcon de Reya, Nicholas worked at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, where his practice covered mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets, joint ventures and general corporate advisory work.
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Recent posts by Nicholas McVeigh
Since 2010, polls have indicated that the British public is divided on the question of EU membership. The largest ever poll (of 20,000 people, in March 2014) by Lord Ashcroft showed the public evenly split on the issue, with 41% in favour of withdrawal, 41% in favour of membership and 18% undecided. Interestingly, when asked… Read more
There has been a recent focus, both at EU level and in the UK, on the need to improve access to capital markets finance for small and medium-sized enterprises. There are differing views on how best to achieve this: some advocate reduced, or more proportionate, standards of disclosure for SMEs, while others focus on improving… Read more