The Law Relating to International Banking.pdf

The Law Relating to International Banking.pdf


The Law Relating to International Banking focuses on the legal issues relating to the commercial activities of the international banking sector. Adopting an approach that combines practical and analytical the book provides an analysis of how to determine the forum and jurisdiction that apply to a transaction. Comprehensive in its coverage the book provides detailed commentary on sovereign risk, term loans, securities and guarantees, primary syndication, secondary syndication, debt transfer, primary, secondary and tertiary securitisation (bond issues and structured lending and the bond markets), derivatives, standby letters of credit and demand guarantees, contractual remedies, exchange controls and legal opinions

Andrew Haynes is Professor of Law at the University of Wolverhampton

Part A: Capital Markets Instruments and Processes Chapter 1: Term Loans, Security and Guarantees Chapter 2: Primary Syndication Chapter 3: Secondary Syndication, Debt Transfer Chapter 4: Primary Securitisation - Bond Issues Chapter 5: Secondary and Tertiary Securitisation - Structured Lending and Bond Markets Chapter 6: Derivatives Chapter 7: Standby Letters of Credit and Demand Guarantees Part B: Legal Issues Arising 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 Part C: Appendices Appendix 1: Loan Markets Agreement Appendix 2: ISDA Master Agreement and Credit Support Annex


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