Swiss Federal Supreme Court’s Decision regarding a Set-Aside Claim

In its decision 4A_332 / 2020 of April 1, 2021, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court dealt with a set-aside motion in respect of the replacement of an arbitrator who was alleged to be biased.

International Comparative Legal Guide – Project Finance 2021

We are delighted to announce that our Banking & Finance team has contributed to the Turkey Project Finance 2021 Chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guides. Free access is now...

Money Laundering Regulation is Expanded to Cover Crypto Asset and Saving Finance Companies

By the Regulation Regarding the Amendment to the Regulation on Measures Regarding Prevention of Laundering Proceeds of Crime and Financing of Terrorism published at the Official Gazette..

New Era in Banking: Branchless Digital Banking

Regulation on Remote Identification Methods to be Used by Banks and Establishment of Contractual Relations in Electronic Media..

The First Crypto Asset-Related Regulation of Turkey Has Been Published: Payment Institutions Will No Longer Engage in Crypto-Related Transfers!

The first crypto asset regulation of Turkey, the Regulation on Non-Use of Crypto Assets in Payments (the “Regulation”) has been published in the Official Gazette dated April 16, 2021. So, does...

Draft Settlement Regulation Has Been Introduced For Public Review

On March 16, 2021, Turkish Competition Authority published two important communiqués.

Have You Registered Your Bearer Share Certificates with CRA?

Communiqué on Notification and Registration of Bearer Share Certificates to the Central Registry Agency (“Communiqué”) entered into force on April 6, 2021…

Amendments Made to the Capital Movements Circular

Capital Movements Circular (“Circular”) has been amended with a letter of T.R. Ministry of Treasury and Finance on 16.03.2021.

Savings Finance Companies Have Recently Been Introduced to the Turkish Financial Market

Law amending the Law on Financial Leasing, Factoring and Financing Companies and Other Laws (“Amending Law”) entered into force on March 7, 2021.