The International Investment & ETFs Review 2010 provides a comprehensive guide to investment opportunities worldwide. Prepared by leading experts from investment banks, law firms and consultancies, the Review contains analysis of securities, debt and equity capital markets, and regulations governing investment worldwide. The Review focuses on significant market trends and developments. The publication serves as a comprehensive guide to the investment market, as well as highlighting opportunities within each specific sector.
The title draws on a huge range of topics on a number of different levels and has a truly global reach. Countries covered include Brazil, India, Japan, Korea, Sri Lanka, Singapore and the US. The Review also includes an exclusive introductory foreword from the Federation of European Securities Exchanges. The 2010 edition includes a special report providing in-depth coverage of exchange traded funds.
“On a global level, the financial markets have been and will continue to be under close scrutiny. More specifically on a European level, we believe the European Union faces some tough decisions in the months to come. For FESE it is clear that the public sector cannot accomplish any of its goals without the cooperation of the industry.” Judith Hardt, Secretary General of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE)
- Exerpt from International Investment & ETFs Review
Key Topics Covered:
Recovering from the crisis the role of the exchanges Bank capital reform: Observations from a US perspective Longevity: The opportunity and the risks Is a tax-transparent cross-border pooling vehicle a fit for your investment product?
Exchange Traded Funds From strength to strength meeting the needs of an ever-evolving market ETFs and the Index: A lasting partnership Pooled investments in Russia The very definition of growth: 10 years of ETF trading at Deutsche Brse ETFs – a smart basis for multi-asset portfolios It pays to have faith The changing ETF landscape
Brazil – the future is now Adopting poison pill in Korea as a defensive mechanism to hostile takeovers New regulatory framework for commodity derivatives business in Japan Opportunities in Sri Lanka: The next investment hotspot Proposed introduction of SPACs in Singapore Advantage India 2010
- Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
- Asia Securities (Pvt) Limited
- Berenberg Bank
- Deutsche Brse
- Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE)
- FTSE Group
- Kim & Chang
- London Stock Exchange Group
- Northern Trust
- RTS Stock Exchange
- Religare Research
- Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
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