The year that was in capital markets
Antony Rumboll’s view is that the age of coronavirus has resulted in “the most remarkable year” in capital markets. For practitioners in this space, the coming year could well be just as interesting.
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Baker McKenzie partner Antony Rumboll to discuss the state of affairs in capital markets, what lessons from the global financial crisis were applicable to navigating matters in 2020, the importance of closeness to one’s clients, and how practice in this space could look in the new year.
The pair also discuss a trio of masterclasses that Antony will be running in conjunction with Lawyers Weekly in the new year… stay tuned for more information about those sessions!
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