In the latest edition of IFLR's Closing Conditions podcast, Karry Lai speaks to Craig Katerberg, chief legal officer and corporate affairs officer at Budweiser APAC. Craig discusses the role in-house counsel can play in contributing to ESG and upcoming regulatory developments to watch for.
In the latest edition of IFLR's Closing Conditions podcast, Karry Lai speaks to Bashar Al-Natoor, global head of Islamic finance at Fitch Ratings. Bashar shares his insights on ESG sukuk, regulatory developments in green Islamic finance and outlook for COP27.
In the latest edition of IFLR's Closing Conditions podcast, Karry Lai speaks to Kevin Loo, head of investment insights at IDEG. Focusing on recent digital asset developments, Kevin discusses the consequences of the Ethereum merge, the implications of OFAC sanctions and regulatory changes in the crypto space in Asia.
In this episode, Karry Lai talks to Andrew Ferguson, CEO at APLMA about Libor transition for the loans industry. Andrew discusses the progress in Asia, what challenges remain and how the impact of developments outside of Asia are affecting the region.
In this episode, Karry Lai talks to Jamie Allen, secretary general at the Asian Corporate Governance Association, about ESG and the role of the board. He discusses innovations in regulations in addressing the issue, where Asia stands and the progress that needs to be made.
In this episode, John is joined by Carolyn Herzog. Carolyn is a board member at the Association of Corporate Counsel and CLO at cloud computing company Elastic. Following the sucess of the CHIPs Act the roles of national security and cybersecurity have never been more important, and as an ex-GC at semiconductor company ARM Carolyn's has an excellent insight.
In this episode John speaks to Paul Grewal, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase's chief legal office . Amongst significant market unrest there is a strong regulatory agenda being pushed forward in the US, as well as several others markets that Coinbase is active in, meaning the need for harmonisation and clarity has never been greater
In this episode John speaks to Samson Lo, head of M&A at UBS in Hong Kong SAR, about the Asian M&A market, interactions with China and the US and the impact of Covid-19 in the region
In this episode, John speaks to VP for regulatory affairs at Solidus Labs, Kathy Kraninger, about crypto regulation in the US and her time at the CFPB
John speaks to Briget Polichene, CEO of the Institute of International Bankers, about the issues facing foreign banks operating in the US today
IFLR's Greece Firm of the Year and IFLR's Corporate Team of the Year, Bernitsas Law is an established star in the Greek legal sphere.
In this award winners podcast, IFLR's awards editor, James Wilson, speaks to Managing Partner Panayotis Bernitsas and partners Nikos Papachristopoulos and Athanasia Tsene, to hear how the firm's recent success has seen it navigate a year beset by the challenges around Covid-19.
John speaks to Scott Shay, cofounder and chairman of NY-based Signature Bank, about Libor alternatives, crypto and ESG labelling
For this episode, John speaks to Nicolas Véron, senior fellow at both the Peterson Institute for International Economics and Brussels based think tank Bruegel
In this edition, John Crabb speaks to Hope Jarkowski, head of equities at the New York Stock Exchange, about the state of the US capital markets, the IPO market, SPACs and the general regulatory landscape
In the latest IFLR Closing Conditions podcast, managing editor John Crabb speaks to Frederique Gilain-Huneeus, head of legal at BFAM Partners in Hong Kong SAR and formerly head of equity legal for Asia Pacific at Goldman Sachs
For the latest IFLR Closing Conditions podcast, managing editor John Crabb speaks to Dr. Kay Swinburne, Vice Chair of Financial Services with KPMG and chair of the International Regulatory Strategy Group
In the second IFLR Closing Conditions podcast, managing editor John Crabb talks to Tom Wipf, chair of the Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) and head of international securities at Morgan Stanley
For the inaugural IFLR Closing Conditions podcast, managing editor John Crabb talks to Nicholas Pfaff, head of sustainable finance at the International Capital Markets Association.
Olaniwun Ajayi LP is a leading full service commercial law firm. With nearly sixty years’ experience, the firm has developed expertise in solving sophisticated financial and commercial problems, highlighting its involvement in some of the largest and most complex transactions across many sectors in Nigeria and around the world.
Last year Olaniwun won The Nigerian Law Firm of the Year IFLR Sub-Saharan Africa Awards 2020. In addition they were named Nigeria’s top firm in the Capital Markets and Loans.
Two major deals also gave the firm recognition for their work in the the 'Airtel Africa IPO' and the 'Savannah Petroleum/Seven Energy Restructuring'.
Head of Awards Research, James Wilson from IFLR speaks with three of their key partners, Yewande Senbore, Muyiwa Balogun and Ibi Ogunbiyi; about their success and the firm.
IFLR podcast: Jimmie Franklin interviewed Arlene McDermott, portfolio director at London Stock Exchange Group's LCH, about working in the financial services industry and being part of the LGBT+ community. Arlene is co-chair of Proud, LSEG’s LGBT+ affinity network and recently featured in the Pride Power List and Diva Magazine’s Visible Lesbian 100 List.
James Wilson, IFLR's project editor and Karry Lai, Asia reporter, talk to Anna Wu, former founding chair of the Hong Kong Competition Commission and winner of the IFLR Asia-Pacific Market Reform Award 2020
IFLR podcast: Laurie Robinson-Haden, founder and CEO of Corporate Counsel Women of Color, interviewed by Americas editor John Crabb
IFLR Americas Awards podcast: Thomas W. Ross, president of the Volcker Alliance, interviewed by IFLR Americas editor, John Crabb.
IFLR's Americas editor John Crabb talks to Christopher Giancarlo winner of the IFLR Americas Awards 2020 Contribution to Regulatory Reform.