1235 briefings from 379 companies
The timing of when the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates will depend on the strength of the US recovery. Data from the world’s largest economy has been mixed, with a poor first quarter giving way to a strong second quarter bounce as inventories were rebuilt.
Published:29 September 2014
Professional indemnity insurance, commonly known as PII, provides protection for a firm against claims emanating from a third party which arise out of the conduct of their professional business. Geared towards financial advisors, this whitepaper provides a guide to professional indemnity.
Published:10 October 2013
What defines a developed nation? Emerging economies are growing faster and with enviable balance sheets relative to developed countries. In the following interview, portfolio managers Michael Gomez and Lupin Rahman discuss the evolution of emerging markets. (EM), including challenges policymakers
Published:27 June 2012
Business Area:Emerging Markets
Last week saw the return of the next instalment of the Greek saga. The market has viewed events and come to the judgement that matters have progressed materially closer to tragedy (in the form of a Greek exit from the single
Published:30 May 2012
More than $550bn of European leveraged buy-out loans are due to mature between now and 2016. This report from Linklaters' banking team provides in-depth analysis on measuring the wall of debt; how refinancing faces harsh headwinds; and the options and opportunities presented to businesses.
Published:16 May 2012
The fifth edition of DLA Piper's 'Doing Business in China' guide provides comprehensive industry knowledge and insights into what it takes to successfully plan and execute business and investment strategies in the People's Republic of China.
Published:03 April 2012
The Qatari government's policy of rapid expansion, foreign asset purchase and publicity means that Qatar is one of the world's fastest growing economies. In this guide, Eversheds outline the cultural, commercial and legal issues all potential investors should consider before setting up business.
Published:26 March 2012
Business Area:Frontier Markets
China is currently one of the key growth engines for the worldwide economy, fuelling global expansion via higher output and trading relationships with other nations. This detailed guide aims to demystify the basic laws and rules on how to establish and operate a business vehicle in China.
Company:King & Wood Mallesons
Published:02 March 2012
This guide from Integrites provides a general guide to doing business in Kazakhstan. Topics covered include types of foreign legal entities; protection of investments; anti-monopoly regulation; taxation; subsoil use (fuels, minerals, metals, mining); disputes regulation; and much more.
Published:22 February 2012
Business Area:Frontier Markets
The Chinese economy continues to grow and modernise, and the Government recognises that existing systems and structures are no longer suitable for the state of development. In this briefing, Wragge & Co outline the changes being made to ensure the current regime meets demand.
Company:Wragge & Co
Published:03 February 2012