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Creating a culture where women feel valued is key to improving gender diversity in secondaries, says Akin Gump’s Mary Lavelle.
Adebanke Adeyemo, director of Black Women in Asset Management, on how the sector’s employers can ensure talented Black women in their organisations thrive and reach the top.
There have been signs 'to be concerned that some firms are not taking [the LIBOR transition] seriously, are not taking the steps that they need to take and are not prepared, in which case, it could be bad'.
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New guidelines clear away a web of no-action letters and provide new guidance, possibly opening up the opportunity for private funds to innovate, but coming with their own complexities.
Credit ratings are a vital tool for corporate debt borrowers and issuers. They should not get mixed up with non-rating opinions, writes Joshua Thompson, a partner in law firm Sidley’s global finance practice.
Private funds that ignore the new SEC Rule 2a-5 do so at their own peril, says a Duff & Phelps valuations expert.
The organisation aims to cut down on the time, money and energy put into the NDA process.
Investing in the debt of a company with a view to converting it to equity is a complex strategy that can be thwarted in numerous ways. Leonard Klingbaum and Milap Patel of Ropes & Gray explain why it is nonetheless gaining in popularity.
In Europe and North America, lenders can only dream of the tight documentation available in Asia-Pacific. We examine a divide which, in some ways, the pandemic has accentuated.

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