Magazine - March 2010

In publication since 1982, IFLR has become the trusted source for in-house counsel and law firms specialising in financial law.

Cover Story

  • Basel III: The revenge of Basel

    New Basel rules are affecting everyone differently. In the UK banks are worried about grandfathering, in Germany the headache is hybrids and in the US it's risk structures. Meanwhile Japan has some tips and Hong Kong structured its first hybrid

  • Asia needs better voice on IFRS

    Europe’s postponement of the new IFRS 9 has undermined its consistency. Asia needs a strong body to put its point forward

  • Nortel's stalking horse disposals

    The details of Nortel’s auctions, including an unusual two-step procedure

  • LMA reforms create efficiency

    LMA revisions on secondary trading have moved par and distressed terms closer together, as well as London and New York

  • Hope on Russian enforcement

    The Rentpool case should mean more foreign judgments are enforceable in Russia. But don’t get too excited just yet


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