Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2023/5

Spotlight

  • James Palmer: Risk elimination by legislating: the limits of the law and challanges of reality (287)

Features

  • Justina Stewart, Lucian Ilie, Anson Cheung, Hanif Virji: Credit Suisse, AT1 Bonds and taking the BIT between the teeth (293)
  • Ayowande A McCunn, Paul L Davies: On the regualatory discretion to write off AT1 capital (302)
  • Bobby Butcher, Elli Karaindrou: Regulation of small banks in the UK: lessons learned from SVB UK (306)
  • Ferdisha Snagg, George Bumpus, Andreas Wildner: Reforming the UK’s e-money and payment services safeguarded funds regimes: better safe than sorry (310)
  • Greg Brown: Sustainability-linked loans: how „green-washing” risk is mitigated in documentation (313)
  • Craig Morrison: Electronic deeds: signed, sealed… delivered? (315)
  • Hin Liu: Transferring legal title to a digital asset (317)
  • Dorothy Livingston: Digital securities: where are we now? (329)
  • Jonathan Schaffer-Goddard: Unknown unknowns: the worldwide development of the Worldwide Freezing Order against persons unknown (332)
  • Hannah Laming, Paul Anderson: Edinburgh Reforms: does the Senior Managers and Certification Regime need changing? (335)
  • Nazeer Chowdhury: „More image than a shade”. the time is ripe for reform of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (338)
  • Timothy McIver: Kayleigh Anderson: How has the UK National Security and Investment Act impacted cross-border M&A? (340)
  • Xavier Foccroulle Ménard, Pierre-Alexandre Chagnon: Taking security over Central Bank Digital Currency (345)

In Practice

  • Donald Lowe, James Bell: What can a borrower do when a lender fails to fund? (350)
  • Kelesi Blundell, Ioannis Asimakopoulos: Capital requirements for banks holding cryptoassets: rushing towards the same direction (352)
  • Sophie Lessar, Katie O’Hara: Buy-Now Pay-Later Regulation: what’s next for third-party lenders? (353)

Regulars

  • Case Analysis by One Essex Court, Merton College and a research assisteant at the Law Commission (354)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (359)
  • Market Movements by CMS (363)
  • Deals (365)
  • Legal Ease by Lexis+© UK (366)
  • International Briefing from New Zealand (367)

Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2022/8

Spotlight

  • Luka Lightfoot, James Clarke, Natalie Butchart: I would if I could, but I can’t: the impact of sanctions on finance party interactions in typical debt-financing transactions (511)

Features

  • Matteo Clarkson-Maciel, Paul Fradley: The Excluded Asset Gap: why floating charges capture realisations of unsecured assets (515)
  • Charlotte Eborall, Sarah Parker: Bragging rights: termination clauses and implied duties of good faith (518)
  • Peter de Verneuil Smith, Shail Patel, William Harman: UK securities fraud litigation gains momentum: Autonomy and G4S (521)
  • Stephan Smoktunowicz: Legal conundrums: taking security from English limited partnerships (524)
  • Hin Liu, Louise Gullifer: Financial collateral arrangements in the digital asset world (527)
  • Hanif Virji: Musk v Twitter, it’s not just lawyers who have an opinion on the likelihood of success of the litigation, the market does too! (536)
  • Amy Held: Cryptoassets as property under English Law: surveying the present lie of the land (538)
  • Daniel May, Ceri Morgan, Nick May, Susannah Cogman, Minolee Shah: Russian sovereign debt default: a disputes perspective (543)
  • John Lee: The endgame: issues in enforcement against cryptoassets (545)
  • Phoebus L Athanassiou: Financial sanctions and the case for digital central bank money (549)
  • Chris Wallace: Take-off for digital bonds? The EU DLT pilot regime (553)
  • Michael Huertas: Supervisory tone sharpens further following ECB’s conclusions on its Desk Mapping Review (556)

In Practice

  • Sanjev Warna-kula-suriya, Mathilde Deschanet: The Draft RTS on ESG disclosures for STS securitisations: a hit or a miss? (559)
  • Fiona Henderson, Laura Collins:Embedded finance: key considerations for funders of platform borrowers (560)
  • Sohail Ali, Suhail Mayor: The “crypto crash”: a catalyst for further crypto litigation? (561)

Regulars

  • Book Review by Charles Ho Wang Mak (562)
  • Case Analysis by One Essex Court and Latham & Watkins (563)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (568)
  • Market Movements by CMS (573)
  • Deals (575)
  • Legal Ease with LexisPSL (576)

Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2022/5

Spotlight

  • Thomas F. Huertas: Are sanctions sustainable? (295)

Features

  • Philip Wood: Russia and Ukraine: the end of Article VIII 2b? (297)
  • Jamie McDougall, Shan Qureshi, Ben Kovacka, Shweta Rao: Intralot’s drop-down restructuring games: priming pari passu noteholders, circumventing non-consenters and artificially reducing asset values (299)
  • David McIlroy, Ruhi Sethi-Smith: Bankers’ liability for Authorised Push Payment fraud: the evolution of the Quincecare duty (304)
  • Tim Calland: The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022: what does it mean for landlords and their funders? (307)
  • Jonathan Haines: Sanctions test illegality clauses in financial contracts (311)
  • Riz Mokal: Does the liquidator have a duty to deal with trust assets? (313)
  • Jeremiah Wagner, Dan Marcus: Fund finance: the regulatory requirements applicable to securitisations in the EU and UK (319)
  • Christopher Bond: Another roll of the dice: the elusive line between hedging and speculation (323)
  • Hin Liu: Transfers of equitable interests in the digital asset world (325)
  • David Murphy: Saying how versus saying what: the choice of regulatory style in margin policy (335)
  • Chris Wallace: Inside the machine: the European Commission’s proposed consolidated tape for bonds (337)
  • Nakul Dewan: Regulating cryptocurrency by policing advertisements: the approach in the UK, Singapore, India and Spain (340)
  • Richard Calnan: Interpreting statutes and contracts: what are the differences? Part II (344)

In Practice

  • Thomas C. Miller, Aidan E. Lawes: Is it time to review your “standard” increased costs clauses in facility documentation? (347)
  • Ben Thompson: Core-plus infrastructure and leveraged financing: the continued convergence of terms (350)
  • Hugh Evans, Claire Clayton-Stead: The Quincecare duty: 30 years on (352)
  • Book Review by Ross Cranston (353)
  • Case Analysis by One Essex Court and Baker McKenzie (354)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (360)
  • Market Movements by CMS (365)
  • Deals (367)
  • Legal Ease with Lexis®PSL (368)

Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2022/3

Spotlight

  • William Edwards: Decentralised Autonomuos Organisations: unincorporated companies by another name? (147)

Features

  • Edward Cumming, Harry Samuels: Seeing the world differently: litigation arising from ESG-related disclosure (150)
  • Daniel Winick, Andrew Young, Peter Dahlen, Thomas Critchley, Heba Hazzaa, Neil Cavanagh: Across the pond and back again: What direct lenders shold know before deploying historic dry powder (154)
  • Penny Angell, Dorothy Livingston: Reform of the law on deeds: options for the Law Commission (157)
  • Hin Liu: Digital Assets: the mystery of the „link” (161)
  • Timothy Cleary: Synthetic securitisation made simple: The EU STS Securitisation framework embraces synthetic securitisation (171)
  • Lodewijk van Setten, Charles Kerrigan: Digitised trading and settlement: Exchange 4.0 (176)
  • Piers Reynolds, Laura Feldman, Jack Helyar: The new FCA consumer duty: the interrelationship with regulatory and common law obligations (179)
  • Rumen Cholakov: Takeover Code Changes 2021: can lenders be forced to fund an illegal deal? (182)
  • Andrew Henderson: Prudential consolidation under the IFPR: Making sense of the ancillary services undertakings concept (184)
  • Chris Wallace, Charles Kerrigan: Something in the ether? The allure of digital bonds (186)
  • Anya Proops, Rupert Paines: Lloyd vs Google: the end of class action data privacy claim s or just the beginning? (189)
  • Richard Calnan: Interpreting stautes and contracts: what are the differences? Part 1 (192)
  • Spyridon V Bazinas: Secured finance law reform: the Joint Coordination Network (195)

In Practice

  • Jeremiah Wagner, Dan Marcus: Fund finance: the securisation question (198)
  • Charles Kerrigan: Crypto yield (199)
  • Hugh Evans, Sohail Ali: Section 32 Limitation Act: an evolving yet difficult route for claimants (202)
  • Carl Baker: The Bank of England’s first ever bail-in recognition (203)

Regulars

  • Competition Law Update by Kirkland & Ellis International LLP (204)
  • Book Review by Ross Cranston (206)
  • Case Analysis by Hogan Lovells (207)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (211)
  • Market Movements by CMS (215)
  • Deals (217)
  • Legal Ease by Lexis PSL (218)
  • International Briefing from Denmark (219)