News analysis

  • Market reacts with disbelief to Brexit vote

    24 June 2016

    In-house counsel, law firm partners and industry association figures have reacted to the news of the UK’s exit from the European Union

  • What could Brexit mean for US financial institutions?

    09 May 2016

    Partners from Hogan Lovells gathered in New York on May 10 to debate the transatlantic impact of the historic UK referendum

  • CoCos hit by new prospectus regime

    23 March 2016

    The new rules, aimed at improving investor protection, will increase the burden on issuers of AT1 securities with no obvious benefit

  • Bank licence revocation shows SSM failings

    22 March 2016

    A small Latvian lender is at the centre of a battle that suggests early fears over ECB supervision of all eurozone banks were not unfounded

  • US fund managers don’t want passports

    16 February 2016

    The plan has always been to extend AIFMD passports to third countries, in due course. But another delay has made the market question the merits of the regime

  • Covered bonds’ EU legislative debut

    11 February 2016

    Market participants breathed a collective sigh of relief last week following Commissioner Hill’s suggestion that he is not seeking a single rulebook for the asset class

  • CRAs linchpin of Italy’s NPL scheme

    09 February 2016

    A decree implementing the guarantee mechanism has been postponed, leaving the market to speculate over how the fine print will address state aid concerns and entice investors

  • European In-House Counsel Summit: key takeaways

    29 January 2016

    Here are the key takeaways from last week's forum in London. Featuring practical tips on M&A, high yield, competition, corporate governance and more

  • EU STS proposals concern US

    27 January 2016

    European securitisation plans are causing fears in the US that the Capital Markets Union will be insufficiently open to foreign capital

  • Pressure mounts to ease challenger capital rules

    26 January 2016

    Small lenders have slammed new Basel proposals that could force them to hold five times as much capital as their bigger competitors. UK and German regulators are on their side

  • Poll: legal pitfalls in Iran

    20 January 2016

    What are the biggest risks for banks and corporates taking advantage of the January 16 lifting of sanctions? Vote now



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