Costa Rica Ley de Biodiversidad, Ley No. 24,, de 27 de junio de Peru Ley que establece el régimen de protección de los conocimientos colectivos. The Capital Markets Law No. 26, (hereinafter, the “CML”);; Law No. 24, of Common Investment Funds and its amendments;; Law No. 24, when the income derived from them belongs to quota holders of funds duly authorized by the Argentine Securities Commission.
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224083 the reforms introduced by the Capital Markets Bill, the following laws will be modified and changes will be introduced in the subsequent regulations:. The most important reforms and regulations introduced by the Capital Markets Bill are analyzed below. With the purpose of attenuating the prerogatives granted to the CNV, the Capital Markets Bill proposes several modifications to section 20 of the CML, which was one of the most controversial sections when the last amendment of the CML leg enacted.
This has been decided on the understanding that the current text grants extraordinary rights leg the CNV. Correlatively, the amendment of section 19 i is proposed, by eliminating the power of the CNV to declare, without ldy prior administrative proceedings, irregular and ineffective for administrative purposes the acts subject to its control, when they are contrary to law, the regulations of the CNV, the bylaws or the rules issued by entities and approved by the CNV.
Under the proposed text, such declarations must be reasoned and require initiating prior administrative proceedings. On the other hand, the resources derived from fines imposed by the CNV will no longer be considered as a source of financing and must be transferred to the National Treasury.
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The new wording intends to avoid possible conflicts of interest between the CNV’s sanctioning powers and its own resources. In line with the most modern comparative law, and with the objective of granting agility and improving public offerings of shares, the Capital Markets Bill incorporates section 62 bis that modifies the regulation of pre-emptive rights in public 240833.
According to the proposed text, in the case of capital increases of shares or negotiable obligations convertible into shares publicly offered, the pre-emptive right must be exercised through the placement procedure determined in the prospectus of the respective public offering.
This is provided that the following conditions are met: The mechanism grants the beneficiaries of the pre-emptive rights the priority in the allocation up to the amount corresponding to them by the percentage they hold, provided that the orders presented are at the price that results from the placement process or at a determined price that is equal to or higher than the subscription price determined in the public offering.
Likewise, pey Capital Markets Bill establishes that the extraordinary shareholders’ meeting may decide that the pre-emptive right must not be applicable, in which case the shareholders wishing to participate in the capital increase will not have such preference, and conditions set forth in section of the Argentine Corporate Law No.
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The new text grants the CNV the power to issue rules establishing under which assumptions an offer of securities will not be considered a public offering, but a private placement. For such purposes the CNV may take into consideration means 20483 mechanisms of publication, offering and distribution and 2483 number and type of investors to whom the offer is addressed to.
Consequently, the obligation to promote takeover bids is eliminated for cases in which there is no acquisition of controlling interest or partial OPA, or significant participation that does not represent control. For the purposes of the regulation, it is established that a person will have, individually or leyy with other persons, a controlling interest when: It is also clarified that the OPA 240083 is ex-post, meaning that the obligation to promote the takeover bid is subsequent to the acquisition of control.
The deadline for submitting the offer is one 1 month as from the date when the controlling interest is obtained. The Capital Markets Bill also provides more precise parameters for the determination of the “fair price” and its 42083 in the OPA in the event of change of control, delisting and squeeze-out. With regard to voluntary takeover bids, it is established that the offeror may set the price at their own discretion without the fair price guidelines being applied.
Within the CNV’s regular supervisory powers on the external auditors of such entities subject to the public offering regime, the Capital Markets Bill establishes new and main powers of this entity.
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Among them, it is worth mentioning the following: In accordance with the fundamentals of the Capital Markets Bill, the mentioned proposals imply an increase of the supervisory power of CNV, granting greater protection to the investor, in line with the recommendations of specialized international organizations.
It establishes the jurisdiction of the commercial courts to review the resolutions or penalties imposed by the CNV, in contrast to the regulations set forth by current LMC, which grants jurisdiction for this type of matters to the contentious-administrative courts. This amendment will ensure more predictability and legal certainty, according to the expertise of the commercial courts on capital markets matters.
Additionally, the Capital Markets Bill extends the term for filing a direct appeal against the CNV, from five 2083 business days to fifteen 15 business days since the notification of the resolution appealed.
This consolidates the principles of due process and the right of defense. First, the Capital Markets Bill reformulates the FCI definition in broadly similar terms from those used by the regulations of the CNV, as the estate owned by several persons, who have the right of co-ownership represented by quotas. Both have an unequal development principally because tax matters affect the Closed FCI. For this reason, the Capital Markets Bill seeks to eliminate the existing regulatory asymmetries, promoting the development of the Closed FCI in order to highlight its aptitude for financing of productive activity.
Closed FCIs are composed of: In line with the delimitation of the liability introduced by the Capital Markets Bill, the unlimited joint and several liability of the Management Company or the Depositary Company regarding damages to the quotaholders for the breach of their obligations is overturned, stating that they are individually liable for such damages.
As both companies are independent from each other, each of them must be solely liable for their obligations. The Capital Markets Bill also makes certain amendments to the legal regime applicable to the negotiable obligations aiming primarily to modernize this regime to achieve a greater and more efficient use of this type of instruments. One of the innovations introduced by the Capital Markets Bill in this matter is that the notification to assigned debtors in the event leh constitution of a pledge over present and future receivables is not required, as long as this notification is pey by the publication of the notice in ly Official Gazette.
In this case, the publication must be accredited prior to the beginning of the oey period. With regard to negotiable obligations denominated in foreign currency, the Capital Markets Bill provides the subscription in local or foreign currency or lwy pesos and in the event that the services and amortization are payable exclusively in foreign currency, the payment in pesos provided in section of the Civil and Commercial Code will not be applicable.
Another of the main points of the Capital Markets Bill aims at the expeditiousness of the issuance and use of the negotiable obligations. Considering the absence of a specific regulation on syndicated loans, the Capital Markets Bill introduces a new regulation in this matter, establishing that, if there are two 2 or more creditors, the parties leg agree on the creation of mortgage and pledged collaterals in favor of a Collateral Agent, who will act for the benefit of the creditors and, in this case, the secured credits may be transferred to third parties, who will benefit from the collateral let the same terms as the assignor.
Therefore, the principle of accessority principio de accesoriedad provided for in section 2, of the Civil and Commercial Code would not be applicable. In this way, the holder of the collateral dissociates from the holders of the secured credits, allowing for the transfer of credits without the need to modify the mortgage and pledged collaterals.
2403 This article is intended to provide readers with basic information concerning issues of general interest, It does not purport to be comprehensive or to render legal advice. For advice about particular facts and legal issues, the reader should consult legal counsel.
Through the reforms introduced by the Capital Markets Bill, the following laws will be modified and changes will key introduced in the subsequent regulations: The Capital Markets Law No. Changes to the pre-emptive right in public offers In line with the most modern comparative law, and with the objective of granting agility and improving public offerings of shares, the Capital Markets Bill incorporates section 62 bis that modifies the regulation of pre-emptive rights in public offerings.
Private placement The new text grants the CNV the power to issue rules establishing under which assumptions an offer of securities will not be considered a public offering, but a private placement.
Supervisory over external auditors Within the CNV’s regular supervisory powers on key external auditors of such entities subject to the public leyy regime, the Capital Markets Bill establishes new and main powers of this entity. Amendments to Law No.
Collateral Agents for syndicated loans Considering the absence of a specific regulation on syndicated loans, the Capital Markets Bill introduces a new regulation in this matter, establishing that, if there are two 2 or more creditors, the parties may agree on the creation of mortgage and pledged collaterals in favor of a Collateral Agent, who will act for the benefit of the creditors and, in this case, the secured credits may be transferred to third lfy, who will benefit from the collateral on the same terms as the assignor.