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The exchanges offering SEC relief
June 30 2007
Expect Islamic versions of insurance and hedging in project finance
Rule 144A is our biggest cost
Dual-tracks are now the norm
China frees up corporate issuance
Harnessing growing Kauri appetite
The benefits of flexibility
Do funds ever read offering documents?
Dubai is handicapped by its strata of laws
Implications of Donegal v Zambia
June 27 2007
China has announced new regulations that expand the remit of its QDII (Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor) scheme sooner than expected
June 26 2007
Australian Social Infrastructure Fund (ASIF) has become the first ever property trust to list on the on the Australia Pacific Exchange (APX)
Litigators predict a wave of securities disputes following comments from the governor of the UK central bank.
June 20 2007
In the biggest ever high-yield bond deal, US telecoms company Alltel is planning a $7.7 billion issue.
June 19 2007
Emirates Islamic Bank has established a $1 billion sukuk trust certificate programme and completed the first drawdown under the programme.
After months of rumour and tinkering, China's corporate bond market has finally been given the wholesale regulatory change that will kick start its growth.
The covered bond market's shifting investor base has been confirmed by Bank of America's debut issue.
June 12 2007
With markets expecting an increase in messy LBO failures, private equity have watched with interest the restructuring of beleaguered IT consultancy Damovo
China Development Bank will become the first financial institution to issue yuan-denominated bonds in Hong Kong, having received approval from People's Bank of China, according to a Xinhua, the Chinese government's pr...
International Investment Group (IIG) of Kuwait has issued the country's first convertible sukuk, showing that the Gulf Cooperation States, not just Malaysia, can now issue sophisticated Islamic products.
Standard & Poor's yesterday warned that recent changes in Italian law could adversely affect ratings of residential mortgage securitization.
June 07 2007
As part of a national strategy to expand downstream facilities, Egyptian Methanex Methanol has closed the financing of a facility at Damietta in Egypt.
June 04 2007
Traditional maintenance covenants appear an endangered species as US buyout firm KKR has raised the world's biggest covenant-lite loan.
European real estate company Immoeast has closed a capital increase of €2.8 billion.