IFLR European Capital Markets Forum 2011

04/13/2011 - 04/14/2011

Corporate Finance | Capital Markets and Financial Institutions + Financial Services

Andaz Liverpool Street, London
40 Liverpool Street
London, EC2M 7QN, UK

Kenneth E. Kohler

Kenneth E. Kohler


Christie Adams
(212) 336-4024

Since the financial crisis began, legal uncertainty, regulatory proposals and legislative changes have hung in the air. Over three years later, and Basel III looms large on the horizon for European banks. Changes are being implemented with regard to Mifid, the Prospectus Directive and the Transparency Directive and the structured finance market is reacting to rulemaking on both sides of the market.

In addition, Esma is launching and the market is concerned as to how it will perform in 2011 and beyond. Liability management persists as a prominent issue and sovereign debt is on the brink of crisis in many countries. But it is not all bad. High yield issuance has been strong and the green shoots of recovery for equity markets are imminent.

The European Capital Markets Forum will help guide you through the regulation and show you opportunities in the market. By bringing together the biggest investment banks, best lawyers and top regulators, the Forum will give you the market consensus on structuring equity, debt and structured finance deals. It is a comprehensive discussion of the biggest topics by the best practitioners in the industry.

Ken Kohler of Morrison & Foerster will be speaking on the securitisation panel on day two of the conference.

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