September 24 2012
The latest emerging markets acronym is based on economics. But the legal frameworks of its constituent countries need equal attention
The first lawsuit against the US foreign investment regulator reveals a spike in US protectionism, and problems with the national security review of inbound investments
September 19 2012
The US M&A market is primed for use of a bespoke, tax-free sales structure known as a reverse morris trust
September 05 2012
A set of standardised loan documents governed by Russian-law will be rolled out to banks from next year, IFLR can reveal
September 03 2012
Deal counsel analyse the French deal that revived the use of mortgage bonds and created a new refinancing market just in time to help tackle Europe’s looming debt maturity wall...
August 29 2012
August 28 2012
The Libor rate-fixing scandal has spared few banks, and tainted some of the world’s most influential regulators. The benchmark rate needs to change. The question is how?
Diversification of Russia’s banking sector following its accession to the WTO will be constrained by raising global capital requirements. But the sector should be bolstered by loan standardisation expected this...
SEC's Robert Khuzami speaks exclusively to IFLR on what to expect from US enforcement
August 16 2012
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