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LexisPSL Banking & Finance has relaunched its debt capital markets topic following an extensive review by our LexisPSL Banking & Finance team and contributing authors from our UK and international network, as well as with assistance from experts on our Consulting Editorial Board. Highlights of the relaunch include 27 new and updated Practice Notes, four new subtopics, new US material, detailed news analysis and further current awareness monitoring, along with additional content from key texts such as Fuller: The Law & Practice of International Capital Markets and the Encyclopaedia of Banking Law.
The following Practice Notes have been reviewed and updated with links to articles, news analysis, and other useful Practice Notes and websites:
The subtopics have also been reorganised to make it easier to find the materials. The following new subtopics have also been added:
We are also commissioning new Practice Notes in conjunction with our colleagues in the LexisPSL Corporate and LexisPSL Financial Services teams, as well as our contributing authors.
We now have a number of legal updates and detailed news analysis on debt capital markets and structured finance topics. The team monitors a number of websites, journals and case reports to keep track of recent developments for debt capital markets lawyers and for those new to the topic. Here are some examples of recent news analysis from 2014 and 2015:
LexisPSL Banking & Finance has access to Getting the Deal Through guides which are online guides each covering a number of different jurisdictions on:
You can access these through: LexisPSL Banking & Finance > View Topics > Debt capital markets > Cross Border guides.
Materials dealing with US matters relating to debt issuances are available under the new subtopic: Debt capital markets>US securities laws and regulation. These Practice Notes have been incorporated from Lexis Advance and mainly look at Rule 144A and Regulation S under the US Securities Act 1933. These include:
We continue to monitor useful cases, websites and legislation in the LexisPSL Banking & Finance team and with the assistance of our current awareness team. We will continue to commission comment and analysis on developments in debt capital markets law and practice from legal practitioners and academics. If you would be interested in writing an article, news analysis or being interviewed on an interesting development, please contact any member of the LexisPSL Banking & Finance team.
More materials and new topics
We continually work with authors and lawyers in practice as well as our consulting editorial board to enhance the debt capital markets topic. We have a number of Practice Notes and some precedents in the pipeline.
We are also proposing to introduce the following new content for the Banking & Finance site:
To see the new look debt capital markets topic please click here > View Topics > Debt capital markets and choose the subtopics which interest you.
We also have three articles per month in LexisPSL Banking & Finance from the Journal of international Banking and Financial law. The full text of the journal, which also covers debt capital markets, and several useful journals and textbooks and including Fuller: The Law & Practice of International Capital Markets are available online through LexisLibrary.
The following contributing authors have assisted with writing and reviewing the Practice Notes during our recent review of the debt capital markets subtopic:
A full list of authors and firms assisting with and writing for LexisPSL Banking & Finance, together with details of our Consulting Editorial Board, can be found here: Meet the Banking & Finance team. If you or your firm would be interested in contributing to this topic or any of other LexisPSL Banking & Finance topics, please contact us here.
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Emma is head of the Banking and Finance team and the Finance Group at LexisNexis®UK.
Emma has wide-ranging experience in derivatives and capital markets with a particular emphasis on credit derivatives and structured products. Emma qualified as a solicitor with Allen & Overy LLP, working in the derivatives and structured finance teams in both their London and Paris offices before gaining experience with Deutsche Bank AG (advising the foreign exchange prime brokerage desk) and Crédit Agricole CIB (advising the fixed income and derivatives desk) before joining LexisNexis®.
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