Law firm of the year: Linklaters

Linklaters wins for its work on CRD IV-compliant CoCo securities, its advisory role in the recapitalisation of the Co-Operative Bank and the launch of an innovative platform looking at CCP rulebooks

Carson Welsh, Linklaters

Bank capital instruments are difficult to structure at the best of times, having to be tailored to domestic listing rules, individual bank needs and the shifting appetite of investors, but the changing regulatory environment has presented issuers and their advisers with an unprecedented challenge by dramatically redrawing the boundaries.

Linklaters has become one of the go-to law firms on the topic, landing a host of roles in the issuance of still-evolving contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds

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