The Euromoney international debt capital markets handbookAuthor: Nice, Claire Series: Euromoney handbooks Publisher: Euromoney, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 123 p. : Graphs/Ill./Maps/Photos ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781843742890Type of document: Book
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The Euromoney International Debt Capital Markets Handbook 2008 Contents FOREWORD by Rend Karsenti, Executive President, International Capital Market Association (ICMA) Chapter 1 Differentiating between emerging and evolving markets by The Bank of New York Mellon 01 Chapter 2 Development of the GCC Sukuk Market by BNP Paribas 07 Chapter 3 Global liquidity, markets and politics by Chatham House 15 Chapter 4 Debt governed by two laws -- the best of both worlds by Milbank 21 Chapter 5 Do capital markets have a role in making catastrophe insurance a new development tool? by The World Bank 25 Chapter 6 Principles become the rule by Securities and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) 31 Chapter 7 Onwards and upwards: the rise of Islamic finance by Fitch Ratings 35 COVERED BONDS Chapter 8 The globalisation of the covered bond market by DEPFA BANK plc 43 Chapter 9 Basel II: impact on covered bonds by WestLB AG 51 Chapter 10 Increased flexibility in the French covered bonds market by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer 57 MARKET REVIEWS Chapter 11 The Kangaroo and Kauri markets by Westpac Institutional Bank 63 Chapter 12 Asian bonds -- 10 years after the Asian crisis by State Street Global Advisors (SSgA) 71 Chapter 13 Leading the way in Egypt's debt markets by Commercial International Bank 79 Chapter 14 Regulation of collective investment schemes in Japan by Mori Hamada and Matsumoto 85 Chapter 15 A highly attractive destination for foreign investors by Banamex 91 Chapter 16 Distribution of structured products in Switzerland by Lenz and Staehelin 105 Chapter 17 Moving from strength to strength --Turkey's mortgage market by Garanti 109 Chapter 18 Ukraine debt outperforms by Concorde Capital 115
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