IMN 4th Annual Covered Bonds The Americas Conference

10/17/2012 08:00 a.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Banking + Financial Services, Capital Markets, Covered Bonds, Derivatives + Commodities, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Structured Products

Marriott New York Downtown
85 West Street
New York, NY 10006

Anna T. Pinedo

Anna T. Pinedo

Sponsorship

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

Attend IMN’s 4th Annual Covered Bonds the Americas Conference to learn about the impact of the first SEC registered covered bonds deal to be placed in the U.S. market.

This event is the gathering place for the U.S. Covered Bonds investor community to meet overseas covered bonds issuers, and to network and learn from fellow domestic investors. Overseas issuers will benefit from the opportunity to potentially expand their U.S. investor base.

The 4th Annual Covered Bonds: The Americas Conference provides a strong foundation for understanding this product and its potential in the US as a savvy investment alternative. We will be hosting covered bonds issuers from around the globe to discuss their respective markets and issuance platforms, making this an excellent networking and educational event to learn about investment opportunities in the global covered bonds market.

Anna Pinedo will be speaking on a panel entitled:

Legal and Structural Considerations for Non-Domestic Issuers Entering the US$ Covered Bond Market

  • Legal and Documentation Considerations
  • 144A vs. 144A Reg. Rights/SEC Regulations – how to choose among the different placement options
  • Challenges Faced in Entering US Market

Jerry Marlatt will be speaking on a panel entitled:

SEC Registered Covered Bond Deals: Issuance Pathway of the Future Or Purely a Novelty?

  • Deal Structuring Requirements
  • Disclosure and Transparency Issues
  • Do Investors’ Like SEC Registered Deals and Want more?
  • The Heavy Lifting: A Look Back and The Road Ahead…Royal Bank of Canada Reflects on Its Groundbreaking Transaction
  • Will Other Issuers Follow in RBC’s Footsteps?
  • CMHA and the Administrative Framework

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