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Improving transparency and sustainable trade financing are necessary to move supply chains up the green curve
The impact of Evergrande’s debt default has reverberated throughout the industry, making borrowing an uphill battle for developers
A multi-layered partnership brought government, development and private banks, and non-governmental organisations together to lower Belize’s debt burden by using natural resources for sustainability goals and marine conservation
The first-of-its-kind deal features a structure that links the sustainable bond and loans markets, and incentivises issuers to ensure that underlying sustainable linked loans meet performance targets
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s proposal to rescind the 2020 rule could push prudential regulators to issue a joint framework
The extent to which finance actually dries up for fossil fuel projects in the near future will be the true measure of COP26’s success
Printing money may have mitigated the short-term impact of the Covid crisis, but it has also contributed significantly to a looming inflation risk that will be difficult to manage in the permanently low post-2008 interest-rate environment
The issuer and lawyers involved unpack the challenges of the deal and what lies ahead for infrastructure asset backed securities as an asset class
A Supreme Court decision paved the way for the president to exert more control and bolster affordable housing and a credit easing agenda with the pick
With the government having set the scene by placing sustainable finance as a key focus of its post-Brexit financial services agenda, the onus is on businesses to follow suit and step up their engagement
As the EU marches ahead with the implementation of SFDR and the green taxonomy, the United States is struggling to formulate its own set of standards
If passed the act will allow cannabis business to grow into the booming US market, but stakeholders are awaiting full legalisation in the Senate
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Primers

Our latest explainer looks at the innovation in international banking regulation and how it has evolved since its initial introduction
IFLR's explainer series looks at the American interbank offered rate and why small and midsized banks prefer it to other replacements
A closer look at fallback reference rates in standard documentation for Libor contracts following its permanent cessation in 2021
The two powers are diverging on their approaches to Russia for the first time
Regulation and risk management expert Bozena Gulija examines how methods and regulatory approaches have evolved when it comes to this category of risk
IFLR's latest primer looks in depth at the most likely long-term replacement for the Libor benchmark interest rate
The second part of IFLR's Sonia primer looks at how a new forward-looking rate could work
Bank failures have happened on both sides of the Atlantic - with different rules and outcomes
The first part of this primer takes a look at the benchmark that is being touted as the one the market will use post-Libor in the UK
Regulation and risk management expert Bozena Gulija examines how interest and resources have increased when it comes to this category of risk
Research for the third edition of the IFLR Africa Awards is now underway
IFLR is delighted to reveal the winning deals, teams, law firms and individuals for the 2022 edition of its Europe Awards.
All the shortlisted deals, teams, and firms of the year - winners will be announced on May 5
IFLR is delighted to announce all the winning deals, teams, firms and individuals of the 2022 Asia-Pacific awards.
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