2015 Capital Markets in the 21st Century‏ – London, February 26

19 decembrie 2014 at 14:57

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Join the ABA Section of International Law and the Law Society of England and Wales 

Capital Markets in the 21st Century 2015

Thursday February 26, 2015
The Law Society, London

Overview:
The Law Society of England and Wales and the American Bar Association Section of International Law are delighted to invite you to the fourth annual Capital Markets event.

Following on from the success of previous years, this conference will once again bring together members of the global capital markets legal community for a full day’s program including social and networking opportunities and informative, substantive sessions presented by world-class experts.

This practical, interactive one-day conference will provide capital markets practitioners with insight from leading outside counsel, in-house counsel, bankers and regulators on how deals have recently evolved.

Why attend?
In line with previous events, the meeting will focus primarily on practical issues in capital markets origination including regulatory developments, trends in ECM and DCM origination and other hot topics for securities practitioners.

This program will also offer a unique forum for international lawyers to expand their networking activities and meet colleagues from all over the world. Last year, the conference was fully booked with over 150 lawyers, bankers and in house counsel attending and we expect next years’ event to be equally popular, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Who should attend?
Capital markets practitioners, including lawyers, in-house counsel, investment bankers and regulators.

Networking reception:
Network with delegates and speakers during the reception at the Law Society following the conference. This reception is included in the attendance fee.

Register here! And remember, if you book on or before 26 January 2015 you will save £50! Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.