Banking Newsletter, December 2011: Negotiations between the Government of the Republic of Hungary and the representatives of the Hungarian Banking Association proceeding on behalf of the financial institutions with foreign-exchange denominated mortgage loan portfolios
Banking Newsletter, November 2011: EU measures to restore confidence in the banking sector; Agreement in order to solve the problems regarding the FX denominated lending
Banking Newsletter, 7/2011 (09.14.): CRD IV amendment proposal revising the rules pertaining to the capital requirements applicable to credit institutions and investment firms. The list of registered and certified credit-rating agencies
Banking Newsletter, 3/2011 (05.12.): Recommendation of the President of the HFSA to financial institutions on the application of general consumer-protection principles. Dear CEO letter of the President of the HFSA on the preparation for CRD IV liquidity requirements and on the issue of the shortening duration of foreign funds
Pharmaceutical Newsletter, June 2011: Amendment of the Act on the Safe and Cost-effective Supply of Medicinal Products: the regulations governing the promotion of medicinal products and payment obligations are changing (in Hungarian)
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