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The book’s scope on capital markets takes in debt and equity, derivatives, high-yield products, structured finance, repackaging and securitisation. Much attention of late has been given to regulation, and much of the coverage in the pages of this book will also report on relevant regulation and regulatory developments; but regulation is merely ‘preventive medicine’. To continue the analogy, the courts are our ‘hospitals’. Accordingly, we have asked our contributors to comment on any lessons to be learned from the courts in their home jurisdictions. There is also a particular focus on international capital markets, with coverage of topics of particular relevance to those carrying out cross-border transactions and practising in global financial markets.
The International Capital Markets Review is designed to help practitioners navigate the complexities of foreign or transnational capital markets matters. With all the pressure – both professional and social – to be up to date and knowledgeable about context and to get things right, we think that there is a space to be filled for an analytical review of the key issues faced by ICM lawyers, capturing recent developments but putting them in the context of the jurisdiction’s legal and regulatory structure and selecting the most important matters for comment. This volume, to which leading capital markets practitioners around the world have made valuable contributions, seeks to fill that space.