There are 80 days remaining until the UK leaves the EU. Since the last Brexit talks, Theresa May resigned as UK Prime Minister and on July 24, Boris Johnson was appointed as the new PM. Over the same period of … Continue reading 80 Days Until Brexit: Are Your No-Deal Plans in Place?
In comparison to the US, European corporations tap the capital markets to a much lesser extent, preferring to borrow directly from banks. Settlement inefficiency across the EU is seen as one reason for this and the comprehensive set of measures … Continue reading The Impact of CSDR on Securities Lending
For some time now regulators across the globe have been sharply focused on the liquidity of investment funds. More specifically, policymakers have homed in on those funds that sell to retail investors and purport to be capable of returning investors … Continue reading Fund Liquidity: Don’t Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater
The imminent disappearance of LIBOR will have vast impacts on credit markets in the coming years. In this article, which first appeared in full on BBH.com, BBH Corporate Banking Credit Analyst, Raja Khuri, explores those impacts. Once dubbed “the world’s … Continue reading Life After LIBOR: The Search for Alternatives
As we detailed in a February 2018 blog post, Mexico’s pension fund regulator, the National Commission for the Pension System, which is known by its Spanish initials CONSAR, has been working to give pension funds the flexibility to shift a … Continue reading Mexican AFOREs Take A Big Step Closer to Foreign Mutual Funds
Like a dark stout settling, good things come to those who wait. The Irish government recently published the Investment Limited Partnerships (Amendment) Bill of 2019 (the 2019 bill), which means private investors may have more of an incentive to plant … Continue reading Revised Irish Investment Limited Partnerships: Worth Waiting For