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M&A
While legal demand for M&A and IPOs has dampened, the firm’s managing partner sees deal flow potential with Korean firms expanding overseas
While the Dutch regulator has been proactive, other EU member states have yet to set out licensing processes
ESG
European Court of Human Rights climate decision could consequently increase lawyers’ workloads on a global scale
ESG
ESG
ESG
ESG

Introducing IFLR+'s Talent Tracker

IFLR+ has launched the Talent Tracker, an interactive database that collates reported partner moves across the financial legal market

What Corporates Want: client management

Law firms that pay close attention to their client relationships are more likely to win repeat work, according to a survey of nearly 29,000 in-house counsel
The first in-person Africa awards dinner was held on Thursday evening in Johannesburg and welcomed legal practitioners from across the continent
Andrew Karp’s mix of government service and in-house experience helps bolster the firm’s bank regulation offering, an area that is ‘pervasive, complex and occasionally opaque’
IFLR’s latest primer takes a look at the digital assets taxonomy put forward by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Global Markets Advisory Committee
Alison Hashmall will bolster the US bench, advising clients on areas such as bank mergers as well as prudential regulation and supervision
M&A
The firms advised on Vinci’s $1.6 billion majority stake acquisition of Edinburgh Airport
M&A
Alan Bao is impressed by the firm’s deep understanding of the Chinese legal landscape and its extensive network
M&A
Although the potential acquisition is unlikely to hamper competition, it will receive backlash from regulators and potentially generate legal work
M&A
Ceri-Ann McGraa, a M&A lawyer who is also part of London’s police force, shares why communication, organisation and calmness are transferrable skills between the worlds of law and policing
ESG
IFLR spoke with two lawyers on how they are advising clients on the rules’ complexities and strategic moves needed to ensure compliance
Linklaters’ Amit Singh explains the intricacies of a legally innovative deal from India
The Spring Budget has had mixed reaction and until there are bigger reforms UK equity markets will likely stay subdued
While SPACs have gone quiet in the US due to tightened regulation, the appeal of listing in offshore jurisdictions is beginning to increase
ESG
Threats of disclosure compliance arising from ESG regulations are pushing firms to do more but those taking ESG initiatives further can stand to gain
ESG
IFLR spoke with Herbert Smith Freehills’ newly banded regional ESG quartet to understand how the firm is leveraging technology to provide the most streamlined and current advice to clients
ESG
Milbank lawyers discuss the intricacies behind the transaction which won the project finance deal of the year at IFLR’s Asia Pacific Awards 2024
ESG
New York-based Tim Wilkins of Freshfields tells IFLR that the firm's 20-year ESG commitment gives it a competitive edge in the legal market
The first of five global awards took place on Wednesday evening in Hong Kong to celebrate legal innovation across the Asia-Pacific region
The finalists for the Americas awards 2024 are revealed - winners will be presented in New York on May 15
The finalists for the 25th annual Europe awards are revealed - winners will be presented in London on April 24
The full list of finalists has been revealed and the winners will be presented in South Africa on 11 April
IFLR’s latest primer takes a look at the digital assets taxonomy put forward by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Global Markets Advisory Committee
IFLR’s latest primer takes a look at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s lastest report on the implementation of loss-absorbing capacity requirements
While North American markets are ahead of the UK and EU in implementing T+1, lawyers in Europe are busy preparing clients for a shortened settlement cycle on the horizon
Lawyers are helping firms prepare for one of the biggest shifts in European transparency rules
ESG
In-house counsel should proactively gear up for impending shifts in how enforcers scrutinise environmental claims for products in the EU
The final piece of the far-reaching Basel III package is complex, expensive to implement and comes with significant divergence issues between the EU, UK and US
Uncertain timelines, the sheer volume of changes, and post-Brexit divergence continue to create challenges for market participants
The EU's groundbreaking law shines a harsh spotlight on businesses with weak deforestation and timber policies
Touted as a potential game changer for the UK's digital market space, the DMCC has landed after a long period of anticipation
The European Commission’s proposal will provide belt and braces for human rights and environmental due diligence in Europe
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