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Capital markets gives readers timely analysis on structured finance, debt and equity such as major exchanges revealing listing policies, Eurozone redenomination plans and navigating US derivatives reform.  When important changes happen, we’ll cover them.  Subscribers receive a regular email alert. 

Structured finance

  • China auto ABS revives securitisation optimism

    20 Aug 2014

    A flurry of auto asset-backed securitisation deals has sparked renewed enthusiasm for structured finance in the jurisdiction

  • US derivatives regulation consolidates clearing

    20 Aug 2014

    Despite regulators’ aim to expand the number of dealers in the country's derivatives trading market, the top five banks remain the biggest players

  • Bankruptcy – how remote is your note?

    31 Jul 2014

    Limited recourse provisions don’t preclude an issuer from becoming insolvent. By Slaughter and May's Sanjev Warna-Kula-Suriya and Eric Phillips analyse whether this is this a concern

  • US swaps compliance for multinationals

    31 Jul 2014

    Sidley Austin's Michael Sackheim, Ilya Beylin and Joseph Schwartz help international corporate groups navigate the maze of rules and exemptions under the CFTC swaps framework

  • Litigation funders compete for Aussie class actions

    29 Jul 2014

    There is renewed interest in Australian class actions following a ruling that found S&P negligent for its rating of poor-performing structured products. More activity is expected as litigation funders and plaintiff law firms find new opportunities in the jurisdiction

  • Deal: Brazil first oil royalty securitisation

    28 Jul 2014

    Rio de Janeiro has become the first in the country to securitise revenue from oil royalties. The structure has the potential to grow

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