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Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 8.5.16

The DOJ has asked the 2d Circuit to reconsider its May decision overturning the 2013 jury verdict (and subsequent $1.27 billion penalty) against Bank of America for fraud relating to its mortgage-generation HUSL program....more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 8.4.16

As foreshadowed a few weeks ago, the Bank of England has cut its main interest rate to an historically low .25 percent in an effort to address the impact of June’s Brexit vote. The BOE will start bond buying in September....more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 8.1.16

And just like that, Uber’s ride-hailing war in China is over (for now, at least). Uber has agreed to sell Uber China to rival Didi Chuxing [though maintaining a 20% stake in the new company], creating a new company worth an...more

English jurisdiction agreement in bond prospectus: does it bind a secondary market purchaser?

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has considered the circumstances in which an English jurisdiction clause contained in a prospectus concerning the issue of bonds might be enforceable against a purchaser of...more

Quarterly Investment Update - 2nd Quarter 2016

Stock Market Commentary - The markets endured much drama in the two weeks leading up to quarter - end as the surprise exit of the U.K. from the European Union rattled investors. Brexit knocked over 5% off of the S&P...more

Italian banks: Thoughts on recapitalisation and sharing the burden

Recapitalisation is in the air. Falling investor confidence has contributed to a sharp decline in Italian banks' share values, in particular since the UK's 'Brexit' vote to leave the European Union. Total gross non-performing...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 7.14.16

The German bund broke new ground yesterday by going negative—the first 10-year debt offering in the Eurozone to do so—and still going like gangbusters.  Germany sold $5.3 billion in the bonds....more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 7.12.16

The SEC’s opened an investigation into Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors over whether the electric automaker breached securities laws by failing to disclose to investors the fatal crash involving one of its cars in self-driving mode...more

Brexit; Assessing the impact on Middle Eastern issuers accessing the UK and European Capital Markets

Many companies and other entities in the Middle East tap the UK and/or European debt and equity capital markets as part of achieving their corporate funding and broader strategic objectives. Whilst the precise legal and...more

Structured Thoughts: News for the financial services community, Volume 7, Issue 7

Financing Subsidiaries and SEC Registration - As readers of this publication know, in order to address the expected new U.S. regulatory capital requirements, a number of U.S. bank holding companies have been creating new...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 7.6.16

How often are we going to be hearing about Brexit aftershocks? I’d expect you better get used to it. Today’s edition: two other real estate funds (these run by Aviva ad M&G) have joined Standard Life in freezing withdrawals...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 6.27.16

The leadership void at the top in the UK isn’t helping matters at all, as resignations among both major parties reign supreme in the aftermath of the Leave vote....more

Simpler or simplistic? The Prospectus Regulation

The European Commission has continued in its drive towards a European Capital Markets Union by proposing measures in the Prospectus Regulation which it hopes will revamp the current prospectus regime. We are told that...more

Best-laid plans? The "Pan-European Private Placement Market"

The global dislocation in the financial markets which began in 2007 prompted a decrease in lending and an increase in regulation in the European and the US economies, amongst others. This paper looks at recent initiatives...more

Greater Choice in Liability Management and Bond Restructurings

Liability management exercises (“LMEs”) are increasing in the bond and capital market and are often used in relatively benign situations. They are certainly not always a precursor to a full-scale restructuring or insolvency....more

Bankers' poll: TLAC and the future of bank debt

To say bank bonds had a rocky start to 2016 would be an understatement. Over the first weeks of January, the market’s significant gains from last year were essentially wiped out, with European issuers hit particularly hard....more

Global Financial Markets Insight - Issue 9, Q1 2016

The beginning of 2016 has proved uncomfortable for markets. The fall in oil prices, the downturn of the Chinese markets and the continued uncertainty over Europe continue to drive a negative and uncertain outlook. With...more

Leveraged debt: The year in review

If 2014 got pulses racing in the high yield debt and leveraged loan markets, 2015 came as something of a reality check. In the first nine months of 2014, combined issuance in these two debt instruments had already surpassed...more

Italy implements the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive

On January 1, 2016, two Italian legislative decrees that implement the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive No. 2014/59/EU ("BRRD") in Italy came into force in full. Executive Summary - The Bank Recovery and...more

CMBS 2016: Tailwinds and wishes

Earlier this month I set out my CMBS predictions for 2016 in the Investment Adviser (Broadening the scope of CMBS loan issuance), where I predicted that macro-economic conditions would continue to challenge the...more

"Volatility Continues in US and European High-Yield Markets"

The continuation of a strong M&A market in both the U.S. and Europe, energy companies returning to the U.S. market and quantitative easing in Europe resulted in a strong first half of 2015 for U.S. and European high-yield...more

Green Bonds – how to unlock its full potential?

The green bond market is presently one of the fastest growing fixed-income segments, with issuances tripling between 2013 and 2014. There is a sense of excitement and optimism surrounding the market; initially led and...more

Distressed Download - October 2015

Recent EU Insolvency Regulation - The EC Regulations on Insolvency Proceedings (the "EIR") came into force throughout the European Union (the "EU") (except Denmark) on May 31, 2002 with the purpose of setting out the...more

New Opportunities in Cross-Border Special Situations Lending

Recent changes in cross-border leveraged loan documentation requirements open up new possibilities for both borrowers and lenders. Cross-border leveraged loan documentation has become increasingly permissive with respect...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

CFTC Announces Proposal to Amend the Definition of "Material Terms" - On September 10, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Division announced that it will publish in the Federal Register a proposed amendment to...more

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