IFLR European Capital Markets Forum 2013

04/09/2013 08:45 a.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Capital Markets, Banking + Financial Services, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Securities Offerings | Europe, and Financial Institutions | Europe

The Waldorf Hotel
Aldwich
London WC2B 4DD
United Kingdom

Jerry R. Marlatt and Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares

Jerry R. Marlatt and Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares

Speaking Engagement

Joseph Marano
jmarano@mofo.com
(212) 336-4316

The IFLR European Capital Markets Forum is returning for the 10th successive year on April 9, 2013. International Financial Law Review, supported by the International Capital Markets Association, will be celebrating over a decade of bringing together leading private practice lawyers with in-house counsel from UK and European based banks, corporates, and funds at the Waldorf Hotel in London. The Forum has provided a fundamental platform for discovering new opportunities, while conveying key information to a market that is hungry to keep up with rule-making.

Jerry Marlatt will chair a panel entitled “Securitisation: Winning back confidence.”

Topics include:

  • Prime Collateralised Securities initiative – lessons from first issuances;
  • Opportunities to revive the CMBS markets?;
  • Dodd-Frank and its impact on commodity pools;
  • Solvency II interpretation;
  • Increase in fixed rate deals and deals structured without need for swap counterparty; and
  • Developments: covered bonds and project bonds.

Jeremy Jennings-Mares will chair a panel entitled “Roundtable: Regulation in 2013/2014.”

Topics include:

  • Market Abuse review – the importance of defining insider info;
  • A specific regime for pre-sounding – cross border issues and will feedback be guidance or prescriptive?;
  • How the Prospectus Directive final implementation issues will be resolved;
  • Cleaning/reporting requirements – comparison between UK and US; and
  • How the Liikanen Report affects banks’ planning.

IFLR will provide CPD/CLE credit.

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