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Meredith Brown, Giselle Hantz and Scott Budlong of Debevoise & Plimpton,
New York and London analyze the conflict between US regulation and the
UK’s City Code in the light of the SEC’s cross-border proposals
Enron has recently failed in both Brazil and Argentina to find bank finance.
A panel of lawyers, banks and sponsors discuss how to reach financial
close on regional projects
Securitization of assets other than mortgages is now possible in Spain.
Iñigo Gómez-Jordana and Ana Gómez of Clifford Chance, Madrid
review the new regulations
IFLR asked practitioners in Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia how financial authorities are reacting to the Millennium bug and what steps banks should take to achieve compliance
Resisting the pressure to devalue the renminbi, the central bank and State
Administration of Foreign Exchange have taken steps to prevent damage to China’s
foreign exchange system. By Thomas E Jones of Freshfields, Hong Kong
The London Stock Exchange has revealed plans to use the Internet for its shelf
registration system. Nick Ferguson examines securities registration and trading in
cyberspace, which will revolutionize capital markets
Since introducing its specialist debt listing facility, the Cayman Islands has dealt with over 120 applications. Anne Nealon of the Cayman Island Stock Exchange explains the listing rules for structured bonds
Barbara Galli talks to Olivér Glatz, General Counsel of the National Bank of Hungary
As consolidation in the Swiss legal market continues, lawyers are divided over the need to look beyond national boundaries. Stephen Mulrenan reports from Zurich and Geneva