Special reports

Special reports

Practice Insight’s special reports are based on anonymised surveys of hundreds of senior in-house lawyers, traders, credit analysts, and trading venues from across the market. They provide valuable client-side data for advisors and peer intelligence for financial institutions by tackling the implementation challenges of key reforms, from the granularities of regulatory reporting to the future of benchmarks.

Brexit poll part one: a market divided

Jan 10, 2019

Practice Insight surveys in-house lawyers on both the buy and sellside as they wrestle with Brexit preparations. Here they reveal product concerns, relocation strategies and the internal politics surrounding it all

Brexit poll part two: UK firms set sail

Jan 16, 2019

The second instalment of this landmark survey uncovers the UK financial market’s top choice for relocation. Meanwhile continental firms haven't even heard of the FCA's plan for continued access. Part three will be published next week

Special report: shifting UK IPO rules

Dec 3, 2018

Faced with both Mifid II and the FCA reforms, ECM heads explain how the changes have already hit deal timelines and exacerbated insecurities regarding possible leaks

SURVEY: walking the Brexit tightrope [CLOSED]

Nov 23, 2018

In spite of recent developments, Brexit projects remain largely speculative as the UK’s exit from the EU reaches its final countdown. Fill out the five-minute anonymous survey now to have your say

POLL: ECM desks nervous about analyst meetings

Oct 29, 2018

In part two of this landmark survey, Practice Insight speaks to heads of execution, senior in-house counsel, research firm heads and buyside brokers who reveal their anxieties regarding information leaks

POLL: UK IPO reforms damage research volumes

Oct 25, 2018

Practice Insight surveys heads of execution, senior in-house counsel, research firm heads and buyside brokers who candidly explain how they're managing the shifting IPO environment

Have your say on London IPOs [CLOSED]

Aug 23, 2018

Market participants have been speculating as to whether or not the Financial Conduct Authority’s new listing rules will help or hinder the process

Special report: Libor reform

Jul 24, 2018

Here in-house lawyers, heads of rates, traders and structurers explain the work they've done so far, views on potential replacements and where they expect litigation to arise. Get your copy of the landmark report now