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The Law Relating to International Banking

By: Andrew Haynes
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Published: 27-09-2018
Format: Paperback
Edition: 2nd
Extent: 696
ISBN: 9781780432199
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP: £110.00
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About The Law Relating to International Banking

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.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1: International Term Loan Agreements
Chapter 2: Primary Syndication
Chapter 3: Secondary Syndication - Loan Transfer
Chapter 4: Primary Securitisation – Bond Issues
Chapter 5: Secondary Securitisation
Chapter 6: Derivatives
Chapter 7: Performance Bonds, Contract Guarantees and Standby Letters of Credit
Chapter 8: Contractual Remedies and Issues Arising
Chapter 9: Governing Law
Chapter 10: Jurisdiction
Chapter 11: Sovereign Risk
Chapter 12: Exchange Controls
Chapter 13: Legal Opinions
Appendix 1: Loan Markets Association Multicurrency Term and Revolving Credit Agreement


“…written in a user-friendly and accessible style [The Law Relating to International Banking] provides a clear guide to the principles underlying common law financial transactions and the rules applied to them…” –  Review of 1st edition, Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation

“This is a first-class work of reference that will prove as useful to seasoned practitioners as aspiring students.” –  Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation

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