IFLR's most-read stories of March 2019

Author: IFLR Correspondent | Published: 1 Apr 2019
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1.       Primer: Initial margin under UMR

March’s primer of the month is Brie Lam’s extensive analysis of post-crisis margin rules for derivatives. It’s free to read now

2.         Primer: Regulating cryptocurrency exchanges

Exchanges have been blighted with negative publicity recently, but piecemeal improvements have been made. In another free-to-read primer, crypto firms and lawyers explain the back story

3.       Q&A with Isda general counsel Katherine Tew Darras

In honour of International Women’s Day, Tew Darras spoke to the IFLR Women in Business Law group on her work at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association including Brexit, Libor reform, the famous rigging case, and much more

4.     ASEAN’s debut CBI-certified bond explained

It’s the first ever green bond from an issuer in the region using the Climate Bonds Initiative framework. Here issuer AC Energy and its lawyers explain to IFLR how they did it

5.      Q&A with sovereign debt legend Lee Buchheit

IFLR talks to the retiring Cleary Gottlieb partner and long-time contributor to the magazine about his time at the firm, career highlights, and what’s next

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