The 2011 guide to Capital raising

  • Editorial: A bright future

  • Argentina: Geared for growth

    Gustavo Garrido and Raúl Granillo Ocampo of Estudio Garrido Abogados look at the means of funding investments in Argentina through debt and equity

  • Germany: New levels of sophistication

    Dr Tom Oliver Schorling of White & Case looks at recent trends in the German debt markets

  • Hungary: All change?

    Dr Zoltán Martonyi, Dr Alexandra Papp and Dr Tamás Filipszky of Martonyi Law Firm investigate a possible shift in Hungarian fund-raising patterns

  • Iberia: The road to recovery

    Carlos Costa Andrade, Juan Carlos Machuca, Ignacio Zarzalejos and Miguel Stokes investigate current trends among companies seeking to raise capital in Portugal and Spain

  • Mexico: Three keys to success

    Miguel Angel Peralta and Christian Dorantes of Basham Ringe y Correa examine the financial instruments which are helping improve the fortunes of Mexican companies

  • Russia: Outing the insiders

    Evgeny Zelensky and Natalya Dulichenko of Herbert Smith examine Russia’s new insider trading law and its implications for the country’s financial services industry

  • Switzerland: Making the most of it

    The capital markets team at Niederer Kraft & Frey discusses the legal framework for capital raising in Switzerland

  • UK: How to raise equity capital

    Nigel Boardman of Slaughter and May details the UK rules on equity issues by placing and rights