Financial services law



High Court: Financial services company alleging pressure to mis-sell financial products granted injunction against EBS

A financial services company alleging that a Termination Notice of its Tied Agency Agreements with EBS was as a result of its refusal to succumb to “pressure” from EBS to “mis-sell financial products”, has been granted an injunction in the High Court.

Published 15 February 2019

Naomi Gaston: Lost password costs £105 million

Naomi Gaston, senior associate at Mills Selig, writes on the importance of security at major cryptocurrency exchanges.

Published 8 February 2019

Maples and Calder advises Abu Dhabi investment manager on landmark Irish authorisation

Maples and Calder's investment management group has successfully obtained authorisation for an Abu Dhabi-based investment manager to act for Irish-authorised Collective Investment Schemes for the first time.

Published 21 January 2019

High Court: Businessmen entitled to defend vulture fund’s claim for €9.4m loan

Three businessmen who were granted a €9.4 million loan from EBS Building Society in 2009 have successfully argued that they are entitled to defend Promontoria’s claim for the €9.7 million now owed.

Published 10 January 2019