Thursday, December 25, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Cbc-qsoft

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Cbc-qsoft

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Egypt Corporate Lawyers:Saudi terrorism court 'to try women dri...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Saudi terrorism court 'to try women dri...: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-30602155

Shame on such saudi oppression policies, in addition to a very radical wahaby religio...

BBC News - Saudi terrorism court 'to try women drivers'

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-30602155

Shame on such Saudi oppression policies, in addition to a very radical Wahaby religious views, which will evenly lead to a revolution and wide spread terrorist movements and hatred in the region, though the Saudi government is far away from applying Islamic law, specially the appointment of the government and kings, which reflects an absolute dictatorship system. The patience of the Saudi people and their dignity will not be bought by royal money for too long, there should be democracy, rule of law, equality and more moderate and modern Islamic belief, in addition to women's rights and other basic human rights.
All that is over an above a blind foreign policies following the USA whether it is right or wrong, which we have seen lately in the oil prices war against Russia, which shall also backfire against the Saudis and the USA, because history taught us that any artificial intervention by price fixing of a free market always backfire against its initiator, prices should be left to the forces of supply and demand in a free market to determine its balance in order to be sustainable.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Duduk Hang Christmas Eve Mix, Enjoy

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Duduk Hang Christmas Eve Mix, Enjoy: https://soundcloud.com/mohamadjno/the-duduk-hang-christmas-eve-mix

Duduk Hang Christmas Eve Mix, Enjoy

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Christmas Hang Dance Lovely Music :-) enjoy

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Christmas Hang Dance Lovely Music :-) enjoy

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Japan charges Tokyo 'vagina artist' wit...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Japan charges Tokyo 'vagina artist' wit...: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-30595378

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Kenya anti-terror law challenged in Nai...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Kenya anti-terror law challenged in Nai...: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-30592083

BBC News - Japan charges Tokyo 'vagina artist' with obscenity

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-30595378

BBC News - Kenya anti-terror law challenged in Nairobi court

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-30592083

Monday, December 22, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Bassem Youssef fined LE100 million in compensation...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Bassem Youssef fined LE100 million in compensation...: http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/118585/Egypt/Politics-/Bassem-Youssef-fined--LE-million-in-compensation-t.aspx

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Qatar-based Al-Jazeera Mubasher Misr announces clo...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Qatar-based Al-Jazeera Mubasher Misr announces clo...: http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/118601/Egypt/Politics-/Qatarbased-AlJazeera-Mubasher-Misr-announces-closu.aspx


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Qatar-based Al-Jazeera Mubasher Misr announces closure - Politics - Egypt - Ahram Online

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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Abraaj partially exits stake in Integrated Diagnos...

#Egypt #Corporate #Lawyers: #Abraaj partially exits stake in Integrated Diagnos...: http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2656079/Abraaj-partially-exits-stake-in-Integrated-Diagnostics#.VJAJ9CcXlFU

Analysts are wondering...

Abraaj partially exits stake in Integrated Diagnostics - Mubasher.Info | Egypt

http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2656079/Abraaj-partially-exits-stake-in-Integrated-Diagnostics#.VJAJ9CcXlFU

Analysts are wondering why Abraaj are pulling off from such a lucrative investment opportunity, though it has previously bought Al Borg laboratory (Billion 1.2), for a price way above fair market price estimated by analysts at that time around (EGP 6 Hundred Million) before even conducting a proper legal and financial due diligence reports. Others are assuming the latest serious consumer problems in the Egyptian market that happened with Spinney's Cairo, that ended up by closing down Spinney's branch in New Cairo, further, legal problems associated with Dr. Momena Kamel and her medical laboratories (El Mokhtabar) which has been also bought by Abraj's Subsidiary, which now owns El Borg Medical Lab and El Mokhtaber, which might raise a monopoly over medical laboratories market in Egypt, which some corporate lawyers are currently studying, filing a price fixing complain to the competition authorities in Egypt to investigate it, which may in our opinion have a very negative impact on the company's image and potential IPO in Dubai which the company is planning to pursue. It also came to our knowledge, that the company has squeezed out it junior investors which also may lead to complains to the Capital Market Authority, in addition to many complains filed by the company against it board members and senior managers those against the company.

The company is required by legal experts to explain its situation in the Egyptian market, and the sources of its finances, due to several suspicions of money laundry, which is in process to be file at the money laundry unit in Egypt, by several activists, otherwise, we expect all such factors to negatively and strongly affect its IPO valuation. With the absence of any public announcements by the company's representative in Egypt, investors are left to disbelief in the financial of Abraj company and its reputation in the Egyptian market.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: British MPs demand inquiry into UK’s role in CIA a...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: British MPs demand inquiry into UK’s role in CIA a...: http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/dec/10/british-mps-demand-inquiry-cia-abductions
Egypt Parliament should also demand inquiry into ...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: World reacts to U.S. torture report - CNN.com

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: World reacts to U.S. torture report - CNN.com: http://edition.cnn.com/2014/12/10/world/senate-torture-report-world-reaction/index.html?hpt=imi_c2

British MPs demand inquiry into UK’s role in CIA abductions | US news | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/dec/10/british-mps-demand-inquiry-cia-abductions
Egypt Parliament should also demand inquiry into Egypt's role in CIA abductions, as the report indicate that the government of Egypt is also involved in Human Rights torture cases.
Shame on such Egyptian policies that we strongly condemn and will legally go after any official engages in it.

Sony's Hacking Nightmare Gets Worse: Employees Medical Records Revealed - Bloomberg

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-12-11/sony-hack-reveals-health-details-on-employees-and-their-children.html

World reacts to U.S. torture report - CNN.com

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/12/10/world/senate-torture-report-world-reaction/index.html?hpt=imi_c2

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Egypt sentences 188 MBs to death without trial !!!...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Egypt sentences 188 MBs to death without trial !!!...: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-30302258 We hereby condemn such politically driven court judgements, in which the accused did have...

Egypt sentences 188 MBs to death without trial !!! shame


We hereby condemn such politically driven court judgements, in which the accused did have a chance to proper legal defense and presentation, despite we are also against MB's policies of attacking public property or official, differences in political views should not lead to killings of political opponents, carking down radicalisms, will not stop terrorism but will increase it not only in Egypt, but also all over the world. The government has to provide means of education, health, and political channels to practice politics to such groups in order to include them rather than exclude them from society which oppresses them and make them more venerable, desperate and violent. However, those who proved guilty, after a legal prosecution and trial, in which they were legally represented, should be put in prison where they should get such mandatory education about moderation and civility.  

Monday, December 1, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Mubarak aquitted in the "trial of the century"

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Mubarak aquitted in the "trial of the century": "Although he will continue serving his three-year sentence for other crimes, Mubarak was  acquitted in the trial of the revolution ...

Mubarak aquitted in the "trial of the century"


"Although he will continue serving his three-year sentence for other crimes, Mubarak was acquitted in the trial of the revolution. The 86-year-old was not tried on his three-plus decades in power, on his repression of free speech, his human rights violations, the call of the police and accordingly their total absence from the streets and police station, the phone and internet cut, sopening the prisons and setting the terrorist free to frighten the masses or his corrupt government. 
Mubarak was tried for specific crimes: selling national gas to Israel, and ordering Egyptian police to kill protesters during the early days of the 2011 revolution, as if his wrongdoings started after the revolution !!!!! As if the revolution did not started for such complete failure of his governing period of 30 years that ended in a corrupted judiciary, public prosecution, police, and army, but further, over population, deterioration of health care or social security system, education, art, music, culture and even behaving manors among the majority of the population.

Nearly 850 people died during those days of late January and early February 2011, but the court only tried 239 cases of death. Some two years ago, Mubarak was given a life sentence for these charges, but the appeals court overturned the decision due to a “technical failure” in the filing of the case and ordered a retrial. Now, it remains to be seen if the prosecution will appeal the acquittal." Quoted from H.News

" Protests erupted at universities across Egypton Sunday, condemning a court decision to drop criminal charges against Hosni Mubarak, the president whose ouster in the 2011 uprising raised hopes of a new era of political openness.

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered at Cairo University, waving pictures of Mubarak behind bars and demanding the "fall of the regime", the rallying cry of the Arab Spring uprisings that shook governments from Tunisia to the Gulf in 2011." Reuters .
Legal experts strongly condemn the ruling and think it is politically driven, and criticise sending activists to prisons without even a fair trial, under El Sisi regime, which they consider a new form of an old army driven dictatorship and injustice which will eventually lead to bloody confrontation and a new revolution, untill the country reaches a total separation of power between army's generals and politics, and the people freely rule theirselves by themselves, which is free democracy. However this road to democracy is not easy and long, and is not expected to come from up down by a decision, but from down up by eventually maturing politically, specially that Sisi now is the sweet heart of the masses for taking dow the Muslim Brother widely hated by the majority of Egyptians who are moderated by nature and more apreciating of more monerate views of Islam. 

Friday, November 21, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: "الرقابة المالية" تعد قواعد ممارسة نشاط التمويل مت...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: "الرقابة المالية" تعد قواعد ممارسة نشاط التمويل مت...: http://www.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2634643/-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B1%D9%82%D8%A7%D8%A8%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%AA%D8%B...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Dangerous tweets: Arrested, fined in 140 character...

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"الرقابة المالية" تعد قواعد ممارسة نشاط التمويل متناهى الصغر - معلومات مباشر | مصر

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Monday, November 17, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: EGX approved CIB capital increase as part of emplo...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: EGX approved CIB capital increase as part of emplo...: The securities listing committee of the Egyptian Exchange (EGX) approved a request received from Egypt’s largest listed private bank Comm...

EGX approved CIB capital increase as part of employee incentive system

The securities listing committee of the Egyptian Exchange (EGX) approved a request received from Egypt’s largest listed private bank Commercial International Bank (CIB) – Egypt to proceed with increasing issued capital as part of employee incentive system.
CIB’s board had endorsed an increase in issued and paid-in capital by EGP 94,747,940 (9474794 shares) as part of employee incentive system.
The bank posted 20.5% growth in consolidated net profit for the first nine months of FY14 to EGP 2.710 billion, compared with EGP 2.249 billion in the same period a year earlier.
Hisham Ezz Al-Arab, Chairman and Managing Director of CIB, commented: “CIB continued its strong performance in the third quarter, turning in record 9-month consolidated revenues of EGP 5.8 billion, with year-on-year growth of 17%. Consolidated bottom line came in at EGP 2.7 billion, an increase of 20% over last year” 

However, banks are still strongly criticized for very high interest rates which does not encourage economic growth, despite several interest rates reductions led by the Central Bank of Egypt, which is still required to reduce interest rates if it is serious about economic growth in Egypt.
Further, banks should reconsider their lending and crediting policies, which under the current system is hardly beneficial for entrepreneur who are establishing new businesses and ventures, but already rich companies which track records and a solid asset base. Banks should start considering moving its focus on the efficiency of the new projects and projected cash flow of new projects in order to help unemployment rates and more investment to be directed to Egypt. Further Banks should engage more and more in social responsibility projects that helps the community, in the field of education, health, social security, slums and informal settlements surrounding Cairo, or even in culture, music, theater and sports event, or athlete sponsoring, which may give a good push to such standing still sector, and in order to give to their clients and the communities where they operate and generate huge profits, that they also help such communities to develop and grow, healthy, educated and entertained. 
At least part of the millions of money paid in stupid TV and Bill board in the streets some of this money can be channeled to the community, which also will help marketing and advertizing the enterprise but in a way more beneficial to the country and those banks, further all such money is tax deducted, in an effort from the legislator to give the companies an incentive to invest in such projects.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: EFG-Hermes posts EGP100m consolidated profit in Q3...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: EFG-Hermes posts EGP100m consolidated profit in Q3...: http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2626388/EFG-Hermes-posts-EGP100m-consolidated-profit-in-Q3#.VGHnEoe6DeI

Such good news for the mar...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% stake in Egypt’s Palm Hills ...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% stake in Egypt’s Palm Hills ...: UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% of Egypt's Palm Hills, for more information visit:
http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2625140/UAE-s-Aabar-...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% stake in Egypt’s Palm Hills ...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% stake in Egypt’s Palm Hills ...: UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% of Egypt's Palm Hills, for more information visit:
http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2625140/UAE-s-Aabar-...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: SODIC says rights issue 99.19% subscribed, seeks n...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: SODIC says rights issue 99.19% subscribed, seeks n...: http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2621753/SODIC-says-rights-issue-99-19-subscribed-seeks-no-more#.VGHr4oe6DeI

Real Estate Analysts, ...

SODIC says rights issue 99.19% subscribed, seeks no more - Mubasher | Egypt

http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2621753/SODIC-says-rights-issue-99-19-subscribed-seeks-no-more#.VGHr4oe6DeI

Real Estate Analysts, still criticize the company for focusing on high end products with relatively high prices which drives the market higher for no fundamental reason, such units are sold to rich customers and client, who are the same clients, in most of their projects, who eventually will get saturated, and who are not using the units for residential purposes but rather for investment, which hinder new weds and families from accessing reasonably priced units.
Sodic should invest more, like Orascom for example in low to medium income units, and limit its profit margins to reasonable limits in order not to over supply the high end market, and make low to medium priced units accessible to low and medium income family, given the enormous profits they made in the market, so they should start to act more socially responsible and not just think of making extreme profits with will lead to a market bubble such as in 2008, which will eventually collapse the high end real estate markets, that will result in loss to Sodic clients who already bought for very high prices.
Generally, real estate developers in Egypt are also criticized for not introducing REITS and Securitization, though the legislature and legal regime so permits, which will enhance the work of the real estate mortgage, which eventually make residential units available to low and medium income classes. However, with such high interest rates, imposed by banks, which analysts recommends it should go way down, as it is among the highest in the world, real estate developers are preferring to do it themselves and sell the units on maps, get the money from the buyers and use it for building, and by the time the construction work is done, the real estate developer has already collected its cost and made its enormous profit. Accordingly banks and real state developers should both act more responsibly and think more about the long term sustainability of the system rather than on the very short term hit and run strategy, which destabilize the market and result in a historical rally of real estate prices for absolutely no fundamental reason.

UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% stake in Egypt’s Palm Hills - Mubasher | Egypt

UAE's Aabar buys 5.1% of Egypt's Palm Hills, for more information visit:
http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2625140/UAE-s-Aabar-buys-5-1-stake-in-Egypt-s-Palm-Hills#.VGHqI4e6DeI

Palm Hills posts Q3 profit rise to 129 million EGP, for more information visit:
http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2625041/Palm-Hills-posts-Q3-profit-rise-to-EGP129-7m#.VGHqOIe6DeI

Investors hope that, Yassin Mansour's court cases are over, and that his personal problems with Shehab Mazhar are solved, for the best interest of the company. Further, analysts and customers are still complaining about the slow building operation of the already sold units, though it has a slightly improved after Orascom has been assigned as contractor of its project, however, it is not as fast as client's expectations.

MubasherTrade gets 2 licenses to trade on global markets - Mubasher | Egypt

http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2625856/MubasherTrade-gets-2-licenses-to-trade-on-global-markets#.VGHovIe6DeI

Such a good move to widen the exposure and the possibility of diversification by the Egyptian market participators, it further open the doors for arbitrage in the event of a down movement in the Egyptian market, which may be a bit hedged in GDRs in London. However, Egyptian market participants, specially the small investors and non-professional ones to invest in funds that are more experienced and skilled in money management and investment, which now exist in the Egyptian market in a decent variety depending on investors appetite for risk, specially that all such funds (the ones registered in Egypt are guaranteed by the Central Bank), which ensures a professional allocation and reasonable risk taking and diversification.

EFG-Hermes posts EGP100m consolidated profit in Q3 - Mubasher | Egypt

http://english.mubasher.info/EGX/news/2626388/EFG-Hermes-posts-EGP100m-consolidated-profit-in-Q3#.VGHnEoe6DeI

Such good news for the market, however, some analysts criticized EFG-Hermes, for not playing a market maker role, in order to balance the market during stressed times, though its huge operation and profits generated from its operation in Egypt, further, it is not providing enough research and statistics for more transparent and efficient markets. The lack of a market maker in the Egyptian market is deeply affecting the volatility and small investors.
Large investment banks and brokers, should start to form a market maker entity, whose role is to balance the market, i.e. buying stocks when the markets are down and selling when the market is up, hence stabilizing the market and making profits, specially with the introduction of the same day trading, and short selling.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Swiss migratio...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Swiss migratio...: Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Swiss migration quotas: Rift with EU gr... : http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-27244959 Shame on ...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Egypt Corporate Lawyers: 10 arrested as London Mil...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Egypt Corporate Lawyers: 10 arrested as London Mil...: Egypt Corporate Lawyers: 10 arrested as London Million Mask March turns ten... : http://rt.com/uk/202623-scuffles-london-march-anonymous/ ...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Libya supreme court 'invalidates' elect...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Libya supreme court 'invalidates' elect...: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-29933121

BBC News - Libya supreme court 'invalidates' elected parliament

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-29933121

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Clashes and arrests at end of Brussels anti-auster...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Clashes and arrests at end of Brussels anti-auster...: http://www.euronews.com/2014/11/07/clashes-and-arrests-at-end-of-brussels-anti-austerity-protest/

I came to our great surprise how viole...

Clashes and arrests at end of Brussels anti-austerity protest | euronews, world news

http://www.euronews.com/2014/11/07/clashes-and-arrests-at-end-of-brussels-anti-austerity-protest/

I came to our great surprise how violent and brutal the English, French and Belgium police forces are dealing with the peaceful protesters, anti-capitalism in England and anti-austirity measures in Belgium, it just reminded us of how brutal and aggressive was the French and American police dealing with the protesters in France and USA, such policies are highly criticized and will only lead to more aggression from the crowd, we shall also respond. I don't get how such governments on several occasions was against such actions by Arab governments during the Arab spring claiming its is against human rights and democracy, I say the same to them now, and moreover, shame on all such policies, and double standards

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: 10 arrested as London Million Mask March turns ten...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: 10 arrested as London Million Mask March turns ten...: http://rt.com/uk/202623-scuffles-london-march-anonymous/

Huge anti capitalism protests in England, police arrests tens of protesters, an...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - George Osborne defends claim of halving...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - George Osborne defends claim of halving...: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-29965113

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: 10 arrested as London Million Mask March turns ten...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: 10 arrested as London Million Mask March turns ten...: http://rt.com/uk/202623-scuffles-london-march-anonymous/

Huge anti capitalism protests in England, police arrests tens of protesters, an...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Swiss migration quotas: Rift with EU gr...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News - Swiss migration quotas: Rift with EU gr...: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-27244959

Shame on the Swiss and British Government policies that claims to be democratic to discrim...

BBC News - Swiss migration quotas: Rift with EU grows

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-27244959

Shame on the Swiss and British Government policies that claims to be democratic to discriminate against some European countries, specially that one fourth of Swiss citizens are foreigners, and one fourth of all swiss have a least one foreign parent, and the remaining of the population is either French, German or Italian origins, the only native Swiss are the Romansch who are similar to the red indians in America in terms of ratio to the population. I can't imagine how Switzerland may operate without enough foreign workers?!!! Also given the number of British living abroad it really came to my surprise how the British immigration policy is rubble faced, with the nations that they previously conquered, occupied and lived from their products, goods and labour, how selfish and discriminatory is that??!!! shame on the policies of those two governments who claims to be democratic, and not racist or neutral.
I would have respected such policies if it was based on any subjective principal of quality, capacity, caliber, but to generalize like that, assuming all citizens of a certain country are not allowed to free move in Switzerland or England is a big breach of discrimination, fair treatment and democracy in the history of those two countries, who shall definitely pay a high price for such racism and discrimination. We are also waiting how Obama and the United States are going to tackle their immigration policies, are they going to act more democratically or also will follow Switzerland and the United Kingdom, in their discriminatory approach towards immigration.

10 arrested as London Million Mask March turns tense — RT UK

http://rt.com/uk/202623-scuffles-london-march-anonymous/

Huge anti capitalism protests in England, police arrests tens of protesters, and the bbc did not even mentioned it, on any of its 10 channels, what a joke the English media has become, the lack of transparency and propaganda is highly directing the English media. Shame on that !!!!

BBC News - George Osborne defends claim of halving £1.7bn EU budget surcharge

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-29965113

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BBC News - Apec agrees network to share information on corruption

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-29965849

Davis Polk and Latham buckle up for $1bn Virgin America IPO | News | The Lawyer

http://www.thelawyer.com/news/practice-areas/corporate-news/davis-polk-and-latham-buckle-up-for-1bn-virgin-america-ipo/3028064.article

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

KSA alert to danger of ‘digital drugs’ | Arab News — Saudi Arabia News, Middle East News, Opinion, Economy and more.

http://www.arabnews.com/featured/news/654301

This really reflects how the KSA's policies are retarded and need moderate change and serious reconsideration. KSA has become a country full of contradictions as a result of such policies, which will soon result in a total collapse of the system like we saw in other Arab spring, to which the government respond by flowing money and use of force which will never solve the radical thinking and mental retardation of KSA policies. Women freedom are also very compromised, which we strongly condemn, to date they still don't have the right to drive cars, what a shame on the government policies.

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Human Rights Watch calls for Egypt's leaders to be...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Human Rights Watch calls for Egypt's leaders to be...: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/egypt/11027487/Human-Rights-Watch-calls-for-Egypts-leaders-to-be-investigated...

Human Rights Watch calls for Egypt's leaders to be investigated over deaths of hundreds of protesters - Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/egypt/11027487/Human-Rights-Watch-calls-for-Egypts-leaders-to-be-investigated-over-deaths-of-hundreds-of-protesters.html

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Switzerland shooting leaves three dead near Interl...

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: Switzerland shooting leaves three dead near Interl...: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/switzerland/11204808/Switzerland-shooting-leaves-three-dead-near-Interlaken.html

Switzerland shooting leaves three dead near Interlaken - Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/switzerland/11204808/Switzerland-shooting-leaves-three-dead-near-Interlaken.html

Monday, October 27, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: European Central Bank Stress Tests Results

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: European Central Bank Stress Tests Results: EURUSD gapped higher at the open as the euro responded positively to the ECB’s stress tests. The official report confirmed the data that w...

European Central Bank Stress Tests Results

EURUSD gapped higher at the open as the euro responded positively to the ECB’s stress tests. The official report confirmed the data that was leaked on Friday, with 25 banks across the eurozone failing the test with a total shortfall of EUR24.6bn. This is based on banks’ end-2013 balance sheets and many of these banks have recapitalised since then. Post-recapitalisations there’s only around 10bn in shortfall across 13 banks, which isn’t overly concerning. 
None of Europe’s largest banks failed the test, nor did any banks in France or Spain (there was one technical failure in Germany). Italian and Greek banks fared the worst in the test, with 9 banks in Italy and 3 banks in Greece failing the test. There were also 3 banks in Cyprus that failed the tests.
Overall, the results are slightly encouraging but are by no means game changing. The relatively small number of failures may cause the market to once again question the effectiveness of these tests. The ECB in our view should restucture such test, in order to avoid bank failures, for the history not to repeat itself, and in order to raise the necessary red flags early on, or we will continue to see big to fail banks, that are paid by taxpayer's money to prevent them from liquidation because simply they are oo big to fail. More importantly, the review does almost nothing to assess the ability of these banks to increase lending in the region, without which growth is going to remain in the doldrums.


Despite that  Switzerland has settled down of the mortgage-back securities and bank liquidity problem that sparked the crisis in the first place, plenty of potential pitfalls remain as countries scramble to repair their battered finances. 

The most pressing of these is a fear that some European countries, most notably Greece, could default on government debts. Nervous glances have also been cast at some eastern European emerging economies that were popular investment markets before the crash and have suffered more than most countries during the global recession.
The financial crisis, culminating in the collapse of US bank Lehman Brothers in 2008, sparked a rush by many countries to impose greater restrictions on banking operations in an effort to avoid a repeat scenario.
Proposed tightening of regulations have centered on increasing the size of assets banks must keep in reserve to buffer against losses, improving the quality of those assets and restricting the amount of debt (leverage) banks use to conduct their business.
Other aspects to come under the regulatory microscope have been restricting bonuses and the counter-party exposure banks have to the potential liabilities of rivals.
In this respect, Switzerland has been ahead of the curve, already demanding tougher conditions for its two main banks, UBS and Credit Suisse, back in 2008.
“Swiss banks are quite resilient and have been traded as safe havens in the last few months,” Bank Sarasin analyst Daniel Bischof told swissinfo.ch. “They have low exposure to southern European countries [such as Greece], above average liquidity and high capital ratios.”



EURUSD
EURUSD jumped to a resistance zone around 1.2700 at the open, before drifting back towards Friday’s close. This isn’t surprising given that the market had time to prepare after the information that was leaked on Friday. Also, USD strength, perpetrated by a push higher in USDJPY, may be flowing in EURUSD. From here, we may have to wait until European markets open to assess the long-term impact these tests will have on the euro. A slight positive reaction from banking stocks this evening may bolster the common currency.

Mohamed Shahin

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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Facebook sues DLA Piper for 'fraudulent lawsuit'

Forget Hurricane Gonzalo. A bigger storm is brewing in the States between two giants. One side is tech titan Facebook; on the other, legal behemoth DLA Piper.

Facebook has launched a lawsuit in New York claiming that DLA Piper, along with a number of other firms, conspired to file a "fraudulent lawsuit" based on "fabricated evidence"  (see story).

DLA Piper, along with US firms Milberg, Paul Argentieri & Associates and Lippes Mathias Wesler Friedman variously represented internet entrepreneur Paul Ceglia in 2010.

DLA Piper began advising Ceglia in 2010. He claimed he had been promised a stake in Facebook on the basis of a 2003 contract, which was later indicted as a fraudulent document.

Facebook is now alleging that DLA Piper, which later withdrew from the case, "publicly staked its reputation on the veracity of Ceglia's allegations".

DLA Piper is not taking this lying down. Quite the contrary: it's calling out the move as "a tactic to intimidate lawyers from bringing litigation against Facebook" and calls the suit "entirely baseless".

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Is this how we should tackle the terrorism phenomena?! or shall the international community solve the fundamental reason for such terrorism and abolish any excuse or reason behind it, like education, health, fair treatment of human beings, and an equal and fair solution to the Palestinian/Israeli conflict?!

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Monday, September 15, 2014

I just saw this on FOREX.com

I think you might enjoy this article: Reuters News Egyptian pound steady on official market, down on black market.

CAIRO, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Egypts pound held steady at a
central bank dollar sale on Monday, with the bank saying it sold
$37.6 million at a cut-off price of 7.1401 pounds per dollar,
unchanged from Thursdays rate.
In the unofficial market, the pound was trading at 7.38 to
the dollar, slightly weaker than Thursdays rate of 7.35, one
trader said.
The rate for dollar sales has stayed in a tight range since
the beginning of June, after the bank allowed the pound to
weaken in May. The central bank offered $40 million on Monday.
The rates at which banks are allowed to trade dollars are
determined by the results of central bank sales, giving the bank
effective control over official exchange rates.

(Reporting By Shadi Bushra; Editing by Catherine Evans)
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Saturday, July 12, 2014

#Palestine Vs #Israel #terrorists' #Fifa #world #cup #final


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Even though terrorist Hamas is launching rockets on Israel, killing  over a thousand innocent Palestinians civilians mostly kids and old women every year is also terrorism, constitutes crimes against humanity and continuous  breach to Human Rights and all International Law Principals. History will never forget the Nazi act of the terrorist  Israeli  Government, like Israelis will never forget Hitler. History will also never forget how Hamas and Muslim Brothers are breaching  every principal of the Islamic Religion and deeply damaging its image physically and morally.

This is a terrorists' world cup final, in which both terrorist teams are  loosing, time, energy, resources and above all human souls.

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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Egypt Corporate Lawyers: BBC News: Egypt raises fuel and energy costs

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Egypt raises fuel and energy costs

Egypt introduces electrici...

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Andy Coulson jailed for 18 months

Former News of the World editor and Number 10 director of communications Andy Coulson is jailed for 18 months for conspiracy to hack phones.

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Egypt raises fuel and energy costs

Egypt introduces electricity and fuel price increases in a move to cut state energy subsidies and reduce the budget deficit.

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Russia backs law on web data storage

Russia's lower house of parliament passes a law requiring internet companies to store Russian citizens' personal data inside the country.

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