IFLR is the market-leading financial law publication for lawyers in financial institutions, corporates and private practice.
IFLR was first published in 1982. Today, with journalists based in the US, UK and Asia, IFLR offers everything from practical, actionable insight on the latest deal structures and regulatory developments to interviews with regulators and in-house counsel worldwide.
Our editorial team filters the market for the most interesting deals from the drafters' perspective and explains why they matter. We will typically review 10-15 of these deals per month.
Our in-depth analysis brings readers more than just who is on the deals - we also analyse what is in the deals and track the documentation used. That way IFLR helps readers to understand what the market precedent is, particularly in difficult and evolving emerging markets.
IFLR regularly reveals how the leading thinkers are interpreting the law, by providing readers with relevant and timely opinion from international industry leaders and regulators in both major and emerging markets.
IFLR journalists guide subscribers through industry pressure points, comparing best practice across regions, tracking common negotiation issues and analysing trends in deal documentation for the benefit of in-house counsel and private practice.
Our editorial team
| || Tom Young |
Tom has 10 years' experience as a journalist and editor at Euromoney Institutional Investor, splitting that time between working in Hong Kong and now London. He first joined IFLR in 2006, and specialises in financial law and regulatory developments, with a focus on high yield and bank capital. Tom has also worked for City AM, Reed Elsevier and Sky Sports.
| || Amélie Labbé |
Amélie joined IFLR as editor in July 2016 from Centaur Media, where she was editor of energy financing news service Clean Energy Pipeline and head of content for the Lawyer’s Market Intelligence platform. She has worked as a legal and financial journalist since 2009 for a range of London-based security, energy and finance publications. Amélie studied law and economics to masters-level in France, and also holds an LLM from the London School of Economics.
| || Lizzie Meager |
Lizzie joined IFLR in April 2015 as EMEA reporter. She is particularly interested in corporate governance, insolvency law and the Middle East, and she also helps manage the IFLR Women in Business Law group. Before IFLR, Lizzie was a journalist at World Finance and The New Economy magazines. She has an undergraduate degree in English Literature from Oxford Brookes University.
| || Brian Yap |
Brian joined IFLR in September 2015 as Asia reporter. He previously worked as a reporter for the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. Brian holds an undergraduate degree in International Journalism from Hong Kong Baptist University, and a master's degree in Pacific Asian Studies from SOAS, University of London.
Our Contributing Editor team
Since IFLR's inception in 1982, we have developed a unique network of leading law firms and lawyers globally. Among these, our contributing editors (below) provide us with their unique expertise on the latest deals and regulatory developments impacting global financial markets:
| || Michael Willisch |
| || Vanessa Blackmore |
Sullivan & Cromwell
| || Jeremy Duffy |
White & Case
| || David Rockwell |
Sullivan & Cromwell
| || Clive Wells |
| || Ward McKimm |
| || Melissa Butler |
White & Case
| || Jeffrey Singer |
| || Geoff Belsher |
Blake Cassels & Graydon
| || Amanda Baker |
| || Marta Viegas |
| || Rodrigo Castelazo |
Creel García-Cuéllar Aiza y Enríquez
| || Berkeley Cox |
King & Wood Mallesons
| || Antony Dapiran |
Davis Polk & Wardwell
| || Joel Hogarth |
| || Posit Laohaphan |
Latham & Watkins
| || Patrizio Messina |
Subscribing to IFLR
A 12 month subscription to IFLR offers:
- Unlimited access to news & deal analysis on IFLR.com
- Up to 20 print and online supplements including global reports on sectors, products and countries
- Regular print and online copies of IFLR Magazine
- 20 years of IFLR's global coverage with the IFLR.com Archive
- All of IFLR's global coverage on iPad and iPhone with the IFLR mobile app
- LinkedIn and Twitter integration to keep abreast of regulatory developments in the financial sector
- IFLR's EMEA, Americas and Asia Awards results
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