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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. 

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  • Sustainability diligence now key to pre-IPO process

    11 Aug 2016

    Corporates need to up their transparency game by carrying out their own ESG assessment ahead of listing

  • Firms still aren’t ready for MAR

    14 Jul 2016

    Despite it having come into effect on July 3, counsel say many market players haven’t yet finished working through its requirements

  • Why the CMU could benefit from Brexit

    01 Jul 2016

    Brexit could act as the stimulus needed for Capital Markets Union, providing effective competition to the UK and US financial markets

  • HK's first leveraged and inverse ETFs explained

    30 Jun 2016

    Samsung Asset Management has successfully launched Hong Kong’s first inverse and leveraged products, after a series of challenging risk assessment and disclosure tests

  • Brexit: the aftermath

    24 Jun 2016

    The UK has voted to leave the European Union, by a percentage of 51.9% to 48.1%. Now, the uncertainty begins

  • IEX hits back at critics

    01 Jun 2016

    The equity trading venue has defended its application to become a fully-fledged stock exchange, claiming it's just responding to market demand

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