IFLR is the market-leading financial law publication for lawyers specialising in international finance in financial institutions banking groups, corporates and in private practice.
A subscription to IFLR includes:
- Unlimited access to news & deal analysis on www.IFLR.com, updated daily;
- Up to 20 supplements including global reports on sectors, products and countries;
- Print and online copies of IFLR Magazine and supplements;
- All of IFLR’s global coverage on iPad and iPhone with the IFLR mobile app;
- E-newsletters sent regularly to keep you up to speed on regulatory developments;
- IFLR.com archive, including more than two decades of IFLR's coverage;
- LinkedIn and Twitter integration to keep abreast of regulatory developments in the financial sector; and,
- IFLR’s EMEA, Americas and Asia Awards results.
IFLR was first published in 1982. Today, with journalists based in the US, UK and Asia, IFLR offers everything from practical, actionable insight formation on everything from 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 scrutinise 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.
BEST PRACTICE NEWS ANALYSIS
IFLR journalists guide subscribers through industry pressure points, comparing best practice across regions, tracking common negotiation issues and analysing trends in deal documentation the latest legislative changes and analyse those changes for the benefit of in-house counsel and private practice.
International Financial Law Review