Capital raising

  • Pipes and dribble-outs

    The alternatives that US issuers have reached for to raise equity, from Pipes to dribble-out programmes. Plus, the danger of financial statements going stale. By Thomas Yang, Banc of America Merrill Lynch, and Jeff Karpf, Cleary Gottlieb

  • In-house, choose carefully

    Corporates in Hong Kong have plenty to consider when selecting a financial advisor. Peter Siembab, executive director of legal at Nomura, talks in-house through the process

  • No crisis, but slow development

    Argentina wasn't adversely affected by the financial crisis, but its stock market is still some distance behind other developing countries

  • Capital raising since the financial crisis

    Dr Karsten Müller-Eising and Dr Sven Brandt of Lovells explain how trends have developed since economic turmoil began

  • Capital development certificates

    Miguel Angel Peralta of Basham Ringe y Correa discusses Capital Development Certificates and their regulation

  • Raising funds in securitisations

    Juan Carlos Escudero Velando and Carlos Enrique Arata Delgado of Estudio Grau Abogados explain how project financings can be securitised

  • The basics, and some changes

    Ana Sofia Silva of Cuatrecasas Goncalves Pereira explains how capital raising is carried out in Portugal, as well as how supervision will change going forward

  • Opportunities for growth

    Romania has suffered currency decline and decreased corporate lending, but alignment with the EU means it's brimming with capital raising potential

  • Several new developments

    Evgeny Zelensky and Oleg Konnov of Herbert Smith describe changes to offering Russian securities abroad, qualified investors and derivatives

  • The year after

    Philippe Borens and Martin Lanz, of Schellenberg Wittmer, reveal how Swiss bond deals got done post-Lehman, and describe some highlights

  • Diversifying capital raising

    As the economy recovers and politics calms down, companies will look at a range of capital-raising options in Ukraine, says Armen Khachaturyan of Asters