Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2023/9


  • Sarah Worthington: Fixed and floating charges: still favouring absolutism over multi-factored nuance (583)


  • Geoffrey Wynne, Jacqueline Cook: The Electronic Trade Documents Act 2023: the key to the future? (587)
  • Richard Boynton, Kon Asimacopoulos, Sean Lacey, Hannah Crawford, Kate Stephenson: Galapagos: proper construction of Distressed Disposal provisions in intercreditor agreement (590)
  • James Hall, William Golightly: The risks of attempting to rectify mistakes in security documents, without seeking a court order (594)
  • Daniel Winick, Mark Presso, Andrew Young, Heba Hazzaa: Wall Street-led secondary trading of private credit loans: considerations for stakeholders (599)
  • Hamish Patrick, Andrew Kinnes: Moveable transactions: Scotland v England: Round 1 – assigning receivables (602)
  • Piers Reynolds, Laura Feldman: New challenges for tackling Authorised Push Payment fraud (605)
  • Lee Federman, Tom Miller: Don’t put all your debt in one basket: debt incurrence flexibility in leveraged finance transactions (610)
  • Richard Hoyle: The fiduciary’s divestment dilemma: ESG and the age of climate change (612)
  • Rachel Tandy, Chris Haan: Collective stress or collective redress? Examining available mechanisms for securities litigation in England and Wales (616)
  • Tim Lees, Sarah Jane O’Leary, Kasia Lorenc: In sync across borders: embracing parallel processes for successful restructurings (620)
  • Thomas Wong: English law-governed Keepwell Deeds enforced by Hong Kong courts against PRC insolvent companies (623)
  • Chris Wallace: The Digital Securities Sandbox (627)
  • Giovanni Bandi, Yasser Nasser: The Cambridge Regulatory Genome Project: a must in a world of regulation technologies (629)

In Practice

  • Michael Leadbeater: Super senior facilities: a recap on key documentary terms (632)
  • Rebecca Oliver: Taking effective security over future acquired assets: the importance of contractual intention (634)
  • Matthew Cox. Lana Ahern, Gabby White: Can the consent of an obligor be taken at face value? (636)


  • Book Review by Ross Cranston, LSE (638)
  • EU Update by Mauro Megliani, Catholic University of Milan (639)
  • Case Analysis by Hogan Lovells and Volterra Fietta (641)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (646)
  • Market Movements by CMS (649)
  • Deals (651)
  • Legal Ease by Lexis® PSL (652)
  • International Briefing from Switzerland (654)