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  • Wheatley’s Libor Review: what will it achieve?

    28 September 2012

    Questions as to whether criminal sanctions for manipulating the London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor) will have retrospective effect have dominated the market reaction to this morning’s release of the Wheatley Libor Review’s final report

  • EU split over banking union decentralisation

    25 September 2012

    German support for an EU banking union increased after the European Commissioner Michel Barnier clarified that national regulators will continue to have a role. But non-eurozone member states remain unconvinced

  • What Europe’s LBO debt wall means for the future of financing

    25 September 2012

    Up to $550 billion of European LBO loans are due to mature between now and 2016. What are the options for addressing the huge refinancing burden and what new trends are emerging in this changed financial landscape?

  • Why EU banks need limited liability

    16 September 2012

    Ahead of the anticipated Liikanen Report, UK lawyers have warned that European policymakers should be introducing limited liability for EU banks, not more regulation


 

 

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