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The Cross-Border Private Placement Market

The cross-border private placement market continues to grow, providing non-US issuers with an opportunity to raise capital from US insurance companies, pension funds and other institutional investors, as well as European institutions. The robust market, which is nearing $50 billion in the US alone, has attracted issuers across industries and jurisdictions that seek to diversify their funding or supplement their bank lending and raise longer-term debt. In this webinar, speakers will discuss:

- the global private placement market and recent trends
- the market participants
- documentation requirements
- traditional covenants and model forms
- marketing process
- ratings and the NAIC
- secondary transfers

- Scott Ashton, Morrison & Foerster
- Brian Bates, Morrison & Foerster
- Danielle Myles, IFLR (moderator)
Recorded Oct 14 2014 90 mins
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