Area of focus

Derivatives and Structured Products

When it comes to derivatives and structured products, you deal with considerable and complex legal, regulatory, and tax implications. Especially in cross-border contexts.

Our lawyers advise clients across the world on a complete range of derivative and structured product transactions. Across all asset classes and...

Representative experience

Advising BNP Paribas on establishing a ground-breaking program for secured structured products through a Luxembourg securitization vehicle, SecurAsset S.A., and on issues thereunder.

Advising the Republic of Ecuador on its US$600m credit linked gold transaction.

Advising Deutsche Bank, HSBC, and Jefferies on a €400m structured note backed by sovereign-guaranteed notes issued by Magyar Export-Import Bank and further guaranteed by MIGA.

Advising a large number of corporate clients with complex cross-border group arrangements on the application of EMIR to their derivatives operations.


Insurance investments - challenges and opportunities

As traditional fixed income strategies continue to generate declining returns in the low-yield environment, insurers are increasingly looking at alternative forms of investment. Alternative ...

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Debt Capital Markets - Global Insights - Summer 2017

At Hogan Lovells, we follow industry trends very closely and we take great care to listen to our clients and contacts – to understand the issues they face and how the industry is...

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Summary of key EU and U.S. regulatory developments relating to derivatives

A comparison and summary of key EU and U.S. regulatory developments relating to derivatives.

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Capital Markets Newsletter November 2016 Capital Markets Newsletter

The Hogan Lovells Capital Markets Newsletter November 2016 will give you an overview of key transactions and other recent developments. Contents Recent transactions –...

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Launch of CDS in the PRC: a seismic shift

Depending on whom you ask, debt levels in China today stand at around 250% of GDP. Whilst this is not the highest debt-to-GDP ratio in the world, the PRC authorities are taking action. As...

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