The International Who’s Who of Banking Lawyers has brought together four of the leading banking lawyers in the world to discuss refinancing and restructuring in the market, regulatory developments, competition in the legal marketplace and geographical banking hotspots.
With the investment funds world now coming to grips with the prospect of greater regulations, more challenging fundraising and increased investor scrutiny, Iain McMurdo and David Marshall of Maples and Calder take a look at recent trends and developments in the offshore investment funds sphere as exemplified by the Cayman Islands; and take stock of certain legislative developments due to be passed into law.
The International Who’s Who of Private Funds Lawyers has brought together three of the leading practitioners in the world to discuss fund activity, proposed regulatory and legislative changes affecting fund markets and the the difficulties that funds lawyers face in the future.
Heath Lewis of Clayton Utz outlines the main changes being proposed by the Australian Securities Echange in relation to its mineralogical information disclosure regime following two years of consultation with industry. It also discusses how the new requirements compare with the Canadian and South African markets.
The International Who’s Who of Mining Lawyers has brought together three of the world’s leading practitioners to discuss the expropriation of natural resources by governments, the financial climate and its impact on junior companies, geographical expansion and the responsibility of mining companies to engage stakeholders.
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