Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2022/1


  • David Fox: Digital assets as transactional power (3)


  • Ann Battle: Hedging risk-free rates (4)
  • Peter Burgess: The Lehman litigation: the waterfall keeps falling ( 7)
  • Raza Neem, Peter Bevan: SFDR Commission Q&As: more Qs than As (10)
  • Madeleine Jones: Creditor beware: proving for debts in limited recourse loans following Lendy (12)
  • Dermot Turing: A fresh look at the three Rs: the EU’s CCP Recovery and Resolution Regulation (14)
  • Lexa Hilliard: Please release me, let me go: complexities in release provisions (20)
  • Mindy Hauman:The social side of sustainable finance (23)
  • Michael Ryan, James Bailey: Carbon credits under the UK Emissions Trading Scheme (27)
  • Amy Kennedy, Clare Cottle, Herman Park: A review of private credit in the immediate wake of COVID-19 (31)
  • James MacDonald: Shanghai v Reignwood: what makes a guarantee “on demand”? (33)
  • Iain Sheridan: Converting fiat money into cryptoassets over a blockchain: what new laws and regulations are required? (35)
  • Elaine Chan, Sion Yoong Tian: Decentralised finance (DeFi): a game-changer or just a passing fad? (39)
  • Willem Van de Wiele: Protection of client assets under Belgian law and trust-like structures (42)

In Practice

  • James Hardy, Ingrid York, Ian Cuillerier, David Ridley, Graham Silnicki: Term SOFR: a non-US market perspective (45)
  • Avril Forbes: UK Pension Schemes Act 2021: new criminal offence in force: lenders take note (48)
  • Jeremiah Wagner, Christopher Sullivan: NPE servicers prepare to retain risk under EU Securitisation Regulation (50)


  • Book Review by Roy Goode (51)
  • Case Analysis by Verulam Buildings (53)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (56)
  • Market Movements by CMS (59)
  • Deals (61)
  • Legal Ease by Lexis PSL (62)
  • International Briefing from Finland (63)