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  • Shenzhen growth market could lower standards elsewhere

    23 Apr 2009

    A new, alternative market coming soon to Shenzhen could pull down standards at the main stock exchanges in China

  • Editor’s letter: Krugman and the P-Pip

    09 Apr 2009

    Paul Krugman fills me with a sense of despair. The Nobel-prize winner doesn’t understand structured finance. Yet he persists in shouting about it in The New York Times.

  • China and India have control

    01 Apr 2009

    Liability management in China is being restricted by offshore rules. In India, it's the exchange rate. Both may be forced to change

  • Don't throw cash away

    01 Apr 2009

    US companies should consider how debt buybacks are seen by creditors. Don't just jump on a discount

  • Watch out for insider dealing

    01 Apr 2009

    Bond buybacks have a number of pitfalls for Asian companies. And distressed M&A can be even more complicated

  • Spot the connections

    01 Apr 2009

    Citi's head of legal in banking and capital markets uses a particular method to deal with the complexity of client relationships

  • Don't be so stubborn

    01 Apr 2009

    The ABI's protection of pre-emption rights and dislike of cash boxes is not providing the flexibility companies need

  • The dangers of sleeves

    01 Apr 2009

    Broker-dealers should redraft standard documentation when dealing with sub-accounts of investment funds


 

 

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