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IFLR Report

As the debate on whether the rate is needed in US dollar, market participants make a case for its use in legacy bonds
The majority of survey participants expect to see interest in Chinese outbound M&A transactions going into Southeast Asia, while some expect activity in Western and Eastern Europe
Fuelled by internal policies and the need to gain access to technology, healthcare and TMT will continue to be popular sectors that draw the most interest from Chinese investors
Faced with geopolitical tensions and heightened national security concerns on FDI, Chinese enterprises aspiring to go outwards will need to consider alternatives
IFLR surveyed the market to gauge sentiment for the next 12 months to see where the challenges and opportunities lie
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has serious sovereign creditworthiness implications for both countries as they weaken economically and fiscally
The fourth part of this five part report examines the definition of sovereign risk, how sovereign risk is assessed, and what the available options are for its mitigation
The third part of this four part report looks at the definition of political risk and defines how approaches to its assessment and management should be considered in the context of uncertainty


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    A regular on lists like these, London-based Clifford Chance partner Owen Lysak advises clients on the full gamut of regulatory issues, from Mifid II to Brexit. But while many of his colleagues and contemporaries remain focused on the latter, Lysak tells IFLR that after three years of Brexit work, he's now beginning to look beyond.