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19 April 2021

55 Websites providing illegal Gambling blocked by the Danish Courts

12 April 2021

Ramadan Mubarak to our Muslim friends around the world!

9 April 2021

Danish Supreme Court confirms Decision on Non-compete Restriction falling outside the scope of the Act on Restrictive Employment Clauses

1 April 2021

New Rules for the Danish Institute of Arbitration

26 March 2021

Discharge and Insurance

26 March 2021

New Decision By The Danish High Court Regarding Restrictive Trade Agreements (Price Coordination)

12 March 2021

Proposed Danish Act on Screening of Foreign Investments in Denmark

11 March 2021

New Requirements for Whistleblower Systems and Protection of Whistleblowers

8 March 2021

Happy International Women's Day

5 March 2021

Post-Brexit: Information Society Services and The Ecommerce Directive

5 March 2021

Entry into Force of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and Publication of joint supervisory Statement and final Report with detailed Provisions regarding the Disclosure Regulation

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10 March 2021, the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (the “Regulation”) enters into force. [1] The Regulation concerns sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial sector applicable to a number of participants [2] and products that pursue the objective of sustainable investment. The Regulation imposes certain obligations on the participants in general, while some of the obligations only apply with respect to financial products that either promote Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) characteristics or invest in sustainable investments. T he Regulation defines and introduces transparency requirements on financial products’ characteristics.

Pursuant to the Regulation, the Joint Committee of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESMA, EBA and EIOPA) must draft detailed provisions with respect to a number of areas of the Regulation.

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