In a podcast originally recorded for the Loan Market Association, Clifford Chance lawyers and tech experts Puja Patel, Alice Jefferis and Bram Kocken share their insights on digitalisation in the syndicated loan market, exploring technological developments, the challenges faced by the industry and debating the elusive question – is a digital syndicated loans market fact or fiction?
In this podcast, Senior Associate Charlotte Madden talks to Alex Nourry, Dimitri Slobodenjuk and Emily Xueref-Poviac about foreign direct investment regimes.
UK Restructuring & Insolvency update – key features of new Corporate Insolvency & Governance Bill (June 2020)
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill is expected to be implemented into UK law by the end of June 2020. This ambitious piece of legislation, introduced on an accelerated basis in response to the Covid-19 crisis, represents the most significant reform of UK corporate restructuring and insolvency law in the last 30 years.
In this podcast, partner Kate Gibbons talks to knowledge directors Jessica Walker, Juliet McKean and Avril Forbes about electronic signing and the practical and legal questions around it from an English law perspective.
This series consists of six podcasts which explore different aspects of alternative credit.
This podcast series consists of three podcasts which examine different aspects of Hong Kong's new Limited Partnership Fund Regime.
A podcast mini-series discussing issues and trends encountered in debt capital markets today
Innovation is an essential component of the financial markets. In recent years, one of the main focuses of innovation has been the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT), which is a revolutionary way of storing data. From 23 March 2023, for an initial three-year period, operators of DLT Market infrastructures will be given the opportunity to experiment with the use of DLT in issuance and post-trade processes under the EU Pilot Regime, free from certain regulatory constraints.
A podcast mini-series discussing what happens when M&A deals end up in dispute.