The IFLR Capital Markets Review 2006
Here are the results of IFLR's annual analysis of the biggest financial and product trends of the past year.
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EVOLVE OR PERISH: HOW FIRMS ADAPTED TO CHANGING MARKETS IN 2006 Law firms aren't traditionally the nimblest of organizations. Though innovative in how they solve problems, lawyers have always been rather reactive when it comes to market trends. Recently however, heads of capital markets are realizing the profit to be made by moving first. Whether the trend is Chinese companies listing in Hong Kong, synthetic CDOs in the US or hybrid debt in Europe, the past year has shown the benefits of spotting a trend early and adapting a firm's business model to take full advantage.
This is the IFLR Capital Markets Review 2006, annual analysis of the biggest financial and product trends of the past year and how they are affecting the business of running a law firm. In this downloadable PDF, IFLR journalists look at what has been driving the equity capital markets, debt capital markets and structured finance in Europe, the Americas and Asia in 2006.