Global Legal Insights (GLI) published a USA chapter, written by corporate partners Jan Sysel and Ariel Zell and corporate associate Flora Go, in Fund Finance 2018 (Second Edition). The chapter provides an annual review of the private capital and fund financing markets in the United States and an analysis of the recent public discussion surrounding subscription line facilities. It also discusses other market and legal developments impacting fund leverage, including usage of investor letters, retirement of LIBOR and potential replacement approaches, enactment of US tax reform and adoption of the Hague Securities Convention.
The GLI series provides essential insights into current legal issues, providing readers with expert analysis of legal, economic and policy developments through the eyes of the world's leading lawyers. Fund Finance 2018 covers legal trends and developments in the greater fund finance markets for law firms, financial institutions, funds, and investors. The GLI series is one of the brands under the Global Legal Group (GLG), which is an independent, London-based media company specializing in the legal market. Their publications have a global reach of over 140 jurisdictions, have involved over 1300 law firms and cover more than 50 practice areas, including lending and secured finance, private equity, and other investment funds.