The Law Relating to International Banking addresses the key legal issues associated with international banking and capital markets.
The book provides an analysis of:
- How to determine the forum and jurisdiction that apply to a transaction
- Legal issues in term loans, syndicated lending, debt transfers, bond issues, securitisation, derivatives and standby letters of credit
- Remedies, exchange controls, legal opinions and sovereign risk
Adopting an approach that combines being practical, analytical and academic The Law Relating to International Banking is essential reading for banking lawyers, postgraduate students, academics and bankers.