1725 briefings from 411 companies
In this paper, we consider the long-term benefits of an exposure to EMD and argue the asset class should form a permanent part of investors' portfolios. We also look at how best to exploit the opportunities that exist within the increasingly diverse EMD universe.
Company:Standard Life Investments
Published:22 June 2015
The positive structural and fundamental features of emerging market economies, especially relative to many debt-ridden, low-yielding developed markets, is drawing an increasing number of investors to emerging markets debt. This white paper discusses the benefits of taking a blended approach to
Published:29 November 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
In the current economic climate, it is important that lenders understand how they can enforce security and debt claims. This thorough guide from Eversheds provides an overview of the steps that need to be taken to enforce both secured and unsecured claims in a range of key European jurisdictions.
Published:05 April 2012
The monthly newsletter from Collas Crill collates the latest stories from the Channel Islands' funds sector. Amongst the featured items this month are proposed legislation in relation to Heavily Indebted Poor Countries, the success of Channel Islands Shariah funds and Social Investment Funds.
Published:26 October 2011
On 9 July 2011, the Republic of South Sudan became the world’s newest nation. In this briefing, A&O looks at the legal consequences; specifically, what will be the status of Sudan’s national debt and existing contracts entered into with the Republic of Sudan in respect of the resources of the South?
Company:Allen & Overy
Published:29 July 2011
Business Area:Frontier Markets
A new law in Spain aims to support mortgagors and control public spending as well as creating new financing mechanisms at central government level to enable local authorities to cancel the debts they owe to companies and independent contractors.
Published:14 July 2011