Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2023/10

Spotlight

  • Adrian Cohen, Antonia Pegg: “Debtor-in-possession” processes and moratoria in English restructuring and insolvency law: a hesitant journey (659)

Features

  • Jonathan Davies-Jones, Alexia Knight: When is a bank put on notice of an agent’s fraud? (664)
  • Peter de Verneuil Smith, Philip Hinks, Judy Fu: Damages under ss 90 and 90A FSMA (667)
  • Steven Fennell: Limited liability partnerships: authority to borrow and to give security (672)
  • Andrew Kinnes, Hamish Patrick: Moveable transactions: Scotland v England: Round 2 – taking security over chattels (675)
  • Charlotte Eborall: “Packing” a punch to litigation funders? (678)
  • Shameer Shah, Ben Burton: Excess Cash Flow: time to sweep it under the carpet? (682)
  • Duncan Sheehan: Identifying floating charges after Re Avanti Communications Ltd (in Administration) (684)
  • Lodewijk van Setten: DeFi platforms: delineating the regulatory perimeter (687)
  • Sanjev Warna-kula-suriya, Dan MarcusHybrid facilities: the promise, the reality and the hope (691)
  • Ferdisha Snagg, Andreas Wildner: What is in a name? The regulators seek to have the final word on the meaning of trading venue under MiFID (694)
  • Kelesi Blundell, Ioannis Asimakopoulos: Banking regulation in the aftermath of SVB: lessons for regulators and supervisors (698)
  • Chloe Carpenter: Avanti Communications and the use of textbook and articles when undertaking research (700)
  • Jacob J Meagher: The implications of the novel “Audit Duty” on professional service firms: Part 1: Rihan v Ernst & Young (702)

In Practice

  • Kate Vyvyan, Jessica Walker, Julia MachinGreen expectations: ESMA’s Statement on sustainability prospectus disclosure (709)
  • Alex Martin, Jana Zupikova: Private portfolio financings on the rise(711)
  • Samantha Holland, William Humphries: Overhauling the rules on the law of the arbitration agreement? (712)

Regulars

  • Competition Law Update by Kirkland & Ellis LLP (713)
  • Book Review by Ross Cranston (715)
  • Case Analysis by 3 Verulam Buildings (716)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (718)
  • Market Movements by CMS (721)
  • Deals (724)
  • Legal Ease with Lexis+® UK (725)
  • International Briefings from New Zealand, Finland and Hong Kong (726)

Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2023/9

Spotlight

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


Features

  • 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)

Regulars

  • 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)

Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2022/6

Spotlight

  • Jonathan Dawid, Emilie Gonin: Countering counter sanctions: treaty based remedies for investors in Russian assets? (371)

Features

  • Gavin Irwin, Merry van Woodenberg: Financial sanctions: prohibitions extended to persons „connected with” Russia (374)
  • Matthew Padian, Lucy Trott: The impact of the new Economic Crime Act on loan documentation (378)
  • Ryan Ferro: Knowing receipt and the proprietary base: Part II (380)
  • Hanif Virji: A contradiction of terms: is stock-lending compliant with the ethos of an ESG fund? (384)
  • Chloe Carpenter: Interest under a loan linked to a base rate: issues to consider (3869
  • Hamish Patrick: Movable Transactions (Scotland) Bill: some funding opportunities (389)
  • Tim Akkouh, David Baker: Reforms to Unexplained Wealth Orders: the sword and the shield (3929
  • Raza Naeem, Seraphina Chew: SFDR RTS ens ESG sectoral amendments: mismatches and implementation (395)
  • Julian Craughan, Andrew Carey, Andrea Salsi, Steven Minke: Talking about a revolution: making ESG securitisations mainstream (397)
  • William Johnston: Protection from creditors: the law’s continuing development for corporates in Ireland (401)
  • Tom Astle, Charlotte Lamb: Direct lending in a distressed world (405)
  • Paul Mousel: Protection of clients’ securities in Luxembourg law (4089
  • Hossein Nabilou: Transaction finality in blockchains: legal considerations (411)

In Practice

  • Michael Lyons, Ellen Lake, Hannah Ovaisi, Miranda Harrison: Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022: sanctions update (416)
  • Jeremiah Wagner, Kamal Dalal: Don’t forget about the NSIA: potential implications for securitisations (418)
  • Charles Kerrigan, Ruth Marken, Yasmin Musker: Financial covenants for fast-growth businesses: the new market norms (420)

Regulars

  • Competition Law Update by Kirkland & Ellis International LLP (422)
  • Book Review by Sarah Paterson (425)
  • Case Analysis by Hogan Lovells and Milbank (427)
  • Regulation Updata by Norton Rose Fulbright (432)
  • Market Movements by CMS (437)
  • Deals (439)
  • Legal Ease by Lexis®PSL (440)