Structured products & derivatives guide 2011

  • Germany: Pressing ahead

    Sandra Wittinghofer of Baker & McKenzie gives an overview of Germany’s legislative and court responses to the financial crisis

  • Japan: Toughening up

    Tatsu Katayama, Ayako Kuyama and Jeffrey A Eagan of Anderson Mori & Tomotsune outline enhanced regulations regarding marketing of OTC derivatives and structured products in Japan

  • Malta: Constant development

    Dr Simon Tortell of Simon Tortell and Associates analyses the rapidly evolving regulation of derivatives in Malta

  • Portugal: Early adoption?

    Joaquim Pedro Lampreia, Orlando Vogler Guiné and Rita Rendeiro of Vieira de Almeida & Associados discuss the possible early arrival of a Prips framework in Portugal

  • Russia: Netting the benefits

    Evgeny Zelensky and Nina Bystrova of Herbert Smith look at recent changes which introduce key concepts into Russian law and represent a step towards an international financial centre in Moscow

  • Switzerland: Regulation and rescue

    Olivier Favre and Martin Lanz of Schellenberg Wittmer describe the reform of bank reorganisation proceedings in Switzerland following the financial crisis

  • UK: The long shadow of Lehman

    Basil Zotiades and Vladimir Maly of Latham & Watkins discuss some significant recent English court decisions affecting Isda Section 2(a)(iii)

  • US: Dodd Frank, one year on

    Paul Watterson Jr and Craig Stein of Schulte Roth & Zabel revisit key legislation brought in as a reponse to America’s financial crisis

  • Germany: Pressing ahead