The Law Relating to International Banking (Second Edition) addresses the key legal issues associated with international banking and capital markets.
Covering choice of law, jurisdiction, sovereign risk, contractual remedies, exchange controls and legal opinions, this new edition provides a detailed analysis of the legal issues relating to the lending of money, whether by way of:
- Term loans
- Syndicated lending
- The transferring of a bank's interest in a loan
- Bond issues
- Asset backed securitisation
In addition, the title also considers Islamic securitisation as well as whole of business securitisation. It also examines derivative contracts along with the contractual issues arising with consideration being given to how to complete the Schedules to the ISDA Master Agreement. Contract guarantees and standby letters of credit are also analysed.
The Law Relating to International Banking is essential reading for anyone wishing to gain a perspective on these transactions, including banking lawyers, bankers, academics and post graduate students.