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As the world markets continue to be volatile and unpredictable, our clients look to Jones Day's Banking & Finance lawyers to help them navigate restricted channels of credit and challenging new regulations.

We work with financial institutions, as well as borrowers, lessees, and other capital users, to analyze potential risks and develop both short- and long-term plans in this uncertain environment.

In addition to our lending and borrowing representations, we also continue to advise clients in acquisition financings, asset based lending, cross-border investments, Islamic financing, and both new and established financial structures and transactions. With approximately 200 finance lawyers in major centers of business and finance in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, our clients have seamless access to the global resources of the Firm’s Banking & Finance and related practices wherever they do business.


 
Group Presentations
  PLI's Leveraged Financing 2013 - New York, May 8, 2013
West LegalEdcenter's Dodd-Frank Derivatives Deadlines--Vital Information In-House Counsel Needs to Know Now, April 19, 2013
7th European Jurists' Forum, April 19, 2013
European Banking - On the Road to Union and Harmonization?, February 14, 2013
 
Past Seminar Materials
  PPP in Southeast Asia and India Seminar, September 27, 2013
 
 
Articles Authored by Lawyers at this office:

OCC and FDIC Guidance on Supervisory Concerns and Expectations Regarding Deposit Advance Products
, December 20, 2013
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (“OCC”) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) (collectively, “the agencies”) each recently issued final supervisory guidance titled Guidance on Supervisory Concerns and Expectations Regarding Deposit...

Financial Reform in Mexico
Héctor Tinoco, December 19, 2013
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto presented a reform bill before the Permanent Commission of Mexico's Federal Congress on May 15, which amends, adds, and repeals 34 statutes, primarily financial in nature (hereinafter, the "Financial Reform").