Business Families and Family Businesses
The STEP Handbook for Advisers
This handbook edited by the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners considers what makes business families and family businesses unique, and examines the issues that advisers are often called upon to address when assisting them.
Buy-outs and Buy-ins
The Elimination of Defined Benefit Pension Scheme Liabilities
This book is aimed at a broad cross-section of the pension market and is intended to be of practical use to trustees, employers, advisers, administrators and other pension stakeholders in providing a comprehensive guide to how best to tackle the thorny issue of eliminating defined benefit scheme liabilities.
Cash Pooling and Insolvency
A Practical Global Handbook, Second Edition
The first edition of this book, published in 2012, was very well received. Since then, there have been a number of reasons to update the information it contains: new case law, new national legislation and recent EU initiatives. Furthermore, chapters on Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have been added to the already impressive number of jurisdictions covered.
A Guide to Carbon Law and Practice
This book explains how climate change law has evolved, how the carbon markets operate and how climate change issues impact other areas of practice.
Documenting and Understanding Commodity Derivative Products
This accessible title explains each type of transaction, together with the documentation involved. In particular, the book analyses and guides the reader through the full suite of over-the-counter, exchange-traded and structured commodity derivative documentation, and provides a detailed guide to International Swaps and Derivatives Association and other leading documentation platforms.
A Practical Global Guide, Third Edition
Company Formation: A Practical Global Guide, Third Edition is an updated and expanded edition (now in two volumes) of this popular title on how to set up a company in a wide range of jurisdictions. New to the third edition (now in two volumes) are agreements setting forth the relationship between the shareholders and the company (ie, the bylaws or articles of incorporation).
Construction and Infrastructure Disputes
A Global Handbook
This unique book explains, on a country-by-country basis, the different dispute resolution methods which can be used in construction, infrastructure and public-private partnership (PPP) projects. It has been developed to assist construction lawyers and professionals in identifying the dispute resolution mechanisms which they can and cannot use in a selection of key jurisdictions, thus helping them to save time and money when making decisions.
Corporate Financial Crime Compliance
This publication will not only examine what financial crime policy documents need to contain, but will also go beyond 'paper compliance' by setting out how compliance in real-life situations can be accomplished – including how policies can be implemented so that employees and other business partners are fully compliant – and by describing the strategies that can be followed in order to achieve this. The publication will appeal to a whole range of staff within corporate bodies, including those in legal, compliance, senior management, audit and company secretariat roles.
Understanding and Working with the 2014 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions
With the launch of the 2014 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions, which became market standard definitions for documenting credit derivatives transactions on October 6 2014, this new title will provide a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the new 2014 Definitions. The book provides practical reading for lawyers, whether in private practice or in-house, and all credit derivatives market participants looking to gain a solid understanding of the new definitions.
A Commentary on the UNCITRAL Model Law, Fourth Edition
Written by specialists from each jurisdiction, this new edition provides an in-depth, article-by-article analysis of the local enactment and application of the model law in each of the jurisdictions concerned, alongside consideration of the relationship between the model law and any existing cross-border insolvency jurisprudence. New to the fourth edition are chapters on Chile, Singapore and the Philippines with an expanded South African chapter to include the OHADA countries.