Shareholding Disclosure's Tough Jurisdictions


We understand the difficult aspects of shareholding disclosure:

  • calculating your net and aggregate positions;
  • the risk of human error working with complicated spreadsheets;
  • sourcing the latest regulatory information on takeover panels, short selling black lists and issuer limits, every day...

In the webinar we hosted, with guest speakers from aosphere,  we discuss some of the complexities of tough jurisdictions to comply with and what to watch out for, specifically covering:

  • Japan
  • North America and Section 13
  • The Transparency Directive Amendments


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Karl Schindler

Head of Content at FundApps

Faye Sutherland

Head of Shareholding Disclosure at Aosphere

Rebecca Clayton

Senior Associate at Aosphere

Karl has more than 13 years of experience as a Compliance Officer, working in both US and European buy-side compliance advisory roles, UCITS and Swiss fund risk-management and compliance oversight, and as a consultant on the technical and regulatory capability of portfolio compliance monitoring software tools.

He joined FundApps in 2014 after discovering how cloud technology and compliance-as-a-service would transform the way firms ensured they were continuously up-to-date with the latest regulatory changes. 

Faye is the Head of the Rulefinder Shareholding Disclosure service provided by aosphere LLP. Faye qualified as a lawyer in 2001 and worked in Allen & Overy's banking practice before joining aosphere in 2009 for the development and launch of Rulefinder Shareholding Disclosure. 

As Head of the service, Faye has oversight and responsibility for the legal content and development of the product. The service provides details of the rules regarding substantial shareholdings, short selling, sensitive industries (foreign investor and sector limits), takeovers and issuer requests for over 90 countries. 

Rebecca Clayton is a senior associate in the shareholding disclosure group at aosphere LLP. Rebecca qualified as a lawyer with Allen & Overy in 2008, working in the international capital markets group, and joined aosphere in 2013. 

Rebecca is experienced in developing and expanding the product offerings in both the shareholding disclosure and cross-border data transfer groups within aosphere. Rebecca has played a key role in developing recent shareholding disclosure content enhancement and has responsibility for training video content.