Singapore asks Citi for LIBOR-related documents

Financial regulators in Singapore have asked Citigroup Inc. to turn over documents related to information that the lender has submitted to the British banking authority that sets some global interest rates.


Merrill Asks Singapore Court to Reject Ex-Client’s Suit

A Merrill unit won $9.4 million from Harjani in the Singapore court in 2010 for failing to pay for shares in a Jakarta-listed company in 2008. Harjani sued two other Merrill units in Indonesia in 2008 and was awarded $26 million in 2010.


India inks protocol with U.K. to amend tax pact

In its continuing drive to check tax evasion and proliferation of black money, India has signed a protocol with the U.K. for amending the convention between the two countries for avoidance of double taxation and prevention of fiscal evasion with respect


Levy To Fund Hong Kong Insurance Authority

He confirmed that “the government has carefully considered the views of insurers, self-regulatory organizations (SROs) and insurance intermediary bodies.


How Linklaters tamed the Chinese dragon

It’s good news for Linklaters, which has stormed ahead as the leading firm in 2012 for outbound European deals on the side of Chinese acquirers