Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 2022/7


  • Richard Blakeley: Frozen Russian funds: can the courts let it go? (443)


  • Charlotte Eborall: Waiving goodbye to termination rights in default scenario negotiations (446)
  • Matthey McGhee: Orthodoxy prevails? How receiving banks avoid liability for their customers’ frauds (450)
  • Alex Haines: Licence to Quill: legal services licences following the recent wave of Russian sanctions (453)
  • Hanif Virji: Pre-hedging versus front-running: six of one, and half a dozen of the other? (455)
  • Dionne Brown, Tibor Korman: Anything but equity! Structuring considerations for a debt for equity swap (4579
  • Karl Clowry: Loan defaults: untimely remedies and potential hangovers in credit agreements (461)
  • Scott Ralston: Cryptoassets, consumers and foreign arbitration (464)
  • Katherine Ratcliffe: The classification of interest rate swaps as contingent liability cases (468)
  • Tom Marshall: Blockchain interoperability: connecting decentralised infrastructure for traditional finance (470)
  • Nik Yeo: Tiptoe through the tulips: fiduciary and common law duties of care in cryptocurrency (474)
  • Daniel Benedyk: Extending the cloak: individual immunity for foreign officials (477)
  • Nora Beausang: Brass in pocket: the developing benchmark for establishing “consumer” status (479)
  • Isabel Aguilar Alonso: Protection of securities under custody in Spain (484)

In Practice

  • Matthew Ayre, Jason Larkins: Recurring revenue-based deals (487)
  • Shane McDonald, Oliver Trotman, Chiagozie Ezennia: Recent trends in leveraged financing: the ever more borrower friendly market (489)
  • Lu’ayy Minwer Al-Rimawi: The Bank of England’s loose understanding of Islamic financial law (490)


  • ESG Update by Oriol Espar and César Herrero (494)
  • Case Analysis by 3 Verulam Buildings (498)
  • Regulation Update by Norton Rose Fulbright (501)
  • Market Movements by CMS (504)
  • Deals (506)
  • Legal Ease with LexisPSL (508)