The New Financial Capital Of The World? - Project finance spurs an upturn - CAF interview - Proskauer Rose focus - Legislating in a crisis - A day in the life of an environment regulator
The economic crisis may have temporarily clogged the project finance deal pipeline, but there is real hope for a region-wide pickup sooner rather than later, finds Rosie Cresswell
Bagging a Linklaters partner has given Proskauer Rose's Latin America practice a stamp of authority in the marketplace - what next for this young but ambitious group, asks Clare Bolton
The Brazilian market has for decades been one of the most highly regulated in the world. Stephen Double, senior counsel at Allen & Overy, examines the pointers the US and Europe can learn from its example.
Rodrigo Guzmán, chief counsel for Chile’s environment commission, CONAMA, talks about conflict management and overhauling the country’s environmental institutions.