Derivatives

Comprehensive legal services for derivatives transactions

We apply our expertise and experience in this highly technical field to provide comprehensive legal services for derivatives transactions, including in structuring complex derivatives products; preparing master agreements, confirmations, and collateral documents; and advising clients on new derivative products, such as credit derivatives, total return swaps, earthquake derivatives, and weather derivatives.

In recent years, laws and regulations applicable to derivatives have been changing across multiple jurisdictions. We have experience in advising on multi-jurisdictional issues arising in cross-border transactions and the extraterritorial application of laws and regulations. We closely liaise with other leading law firms in relevant jurisdictions, taking advantage of our overseas offices and strong global network with international and regional law firms.

We also represent clients in litigation and alternative dispute resolution matters relating to derivatives, often handling issues involving defaulted counterparties and compliance with solicitation rules for derivatives.

Derivatives:People

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Derivatives:News

Awards
Top Ranking Received From Chambers Global 2018
Awards
Top rankings received in The Nikkei's "Corporate Legal Affairs and Lawyer Survey 2017"
Awards
Top Ranking Received From Chambers Asia Pacific 2018
Awards
Top rankings received from Chambers Asia Pacific 2017
Awards
Top rankings received from Chambers Asia 2016

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Derivatives:Seminars

Feb. 15, 2017External Seminars
"Derivatives in Securitization"
Nov. 1, 2016External Seminars
"Law and Practice of Credit-linked Loans"
Jun. 15, 2016MHM Seminars
Credit-linked loans
May 13, 2016External Seminars
"Law and contract of credit-linked loans"
Feb. 18, 2016External Seminars
"Derivatives in Securitization"

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Derivatives:Publications

Magazine Article
”Chambers Global Practice Guides Securitisation 2018 – Japan Trends & Developments”
Magazine Article
"Validity of Offsetting between Three Parties under the Civil Rehabilitation Act"

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