Asia's healthy problem with growth
The cover of February's IFLR both overstated and understated the changes at the SEC
Australia's clarification on withholding tax has not made the trade organizations happy
How project finance investors should protect themselves against politics in Latin America
Investors could be put at a disadvantage by the increased use of B pieces in securitization
The UK has fewer remedies against the abuse of short selling by hedge funds than the US
The trends of 2006 show how the market will adapt and grow over the coming years
Changes to Irish law have made it both cheaper and quicker to organize securitizations
Why one third of all deals end in dispute or misunderstanding, and why no one wants to litigate in China
Both effective squeeze-outs and even back-door delistings may now be possible
The final stage of banking reform presents multiple opportunities for foreign law firms
The potential reach of Russian legislation on cross-border deals is longer than you think
A new type of cell company creates structured finance and umbrella opportunities
New legislation will apply to overseas entities with even minimal connection with Australia
A recent UK case highlights the problems of using expert determination in contracts
Why misled shareholders now rank equally with creditors in Australia
A project's viability may ride upon the structure of commodity swap agreements
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