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05 May 2021
Corporate Debt and Treasury Report 2021
Corporate Treasury Proves Resilient to COVID-19 Challenges and ESG Rises Up The Corporate Agenda For the seventh consecutive year, our Corporate Debt team has surveyed and interviewed treasurers and other senior finance professionals over 100 large UK listed corporates (and equivalents) for our...
11 March 2021
Sustainability linked derivatives
The challenges posed by climate change affect all sectors, and financial markets have a major role in providing the funding needed for the global transition to a sustainable economy. In relation to sustainable finance, derivatives can play an important role in this transition and support the...
03 March 2021
Developments in the ESG Bond Market: Sustainability-Linked Bonds and Transition Bonds
This is the third in a series of articles looking at the development of ESG in debt financing (the first and second can be found here and here ). In this article, we look at the ESG bond market and focus in particular on sustainability-linked bonds and transition bonds. We will discuss the...
15 April 2019
Corporate Debt & Treasury Report 2019
British business is bullish about raising debt despite uncertainty over Brexit and other headwinds. For a sixth consecutive year, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP has surveyed and interviewed CFOs, treasurers and other senior finance professionals in large UK listed corporates and equivalents for our...
06 October 2017
Reform of French Securitisation Law and Creation of Specialised Financing Vehicles
The reform of the French securitisation legislation announced by the Government throughout the implementation of 'Sapin 2 Law' has been published on 5 October 2017. This reform is coupled with the introduction into French law of specialized financing vehicles and a new reform of the banking...
30 November 2022
On Just Terms Podcast Series
Australia is a litigious country - we meet with Australia's leading legal and commercial minds to discuss how to manage the corporate risk landscape. Join host Jason Betts, Disputes Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills, as he interviews the people on the front lines of this changing environment.
25 November 2022
A new normal: data governance and internal stakeholder alignment
Building a robust data governance and privacy compliance regime requires strategic planning and meaningful business buy-in. As the spotlight on data governance intensifies, legal leaders across all industries are evaluating best practices.
14 November 2022
ASIC’s new views on material adverse change conditions
In its September Corporate Finance Update , ASIC outlined its expectation that material adverse change ( MAC ) conditions contain objective and quantifiable standards by which the parties to a transaction, and their securityholders, can determine whether a material adverse change has occurred.