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Expect Islamic versions of insurance and hedging in project finance
June 30 2007
Companies are swamped with compliance work. Hedge funds and private equity might be creeping up unawares.
Do funds ever read offering documents?
Dubai is handicapped by its strata of laws
June 27 2007
New research reveals that in-house counsel expect more than just results from their external dispute resolution lawyers.
June 19 2007
In a surprising admission, private equity houses have criticised the UK Financial Services Authority for not being dramatic enough in their investigations into the industry.
June 12 2007
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has established two tribunals to fast track financial disputes.
June 10 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.
Lovells' financial institutions group has recruited James McDonald as a partner in the investment funds practice.
In what it calls a significant move to principles-based regulation, the UK Financial Services Authority has made changes to its conduct of business rules.
Czech car manufacturer Skoda has successfully repelled an allegation of market abuse.