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No Place For Market Practice: CFH Clearing v. Merrill Lynch International
The High Court has held that a bank was not obliged to reprice or cancel foreign exchange spot trades entered into at a time of severe market disruption in accordance ...
UK
10 Jun 2019
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The Transition From LIBOR To Risk-Free Rates – An Overview Of Recent Developments
In our December 2017 article What now for LIBOR in finance documents?, we considered the initial reaction of regulators, industry bodies and market participants to the prospect that LIBOR might no longer exist after 2021.
UK
30 Apr 2019
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The Transition From LIBOR To Risk-Free Rates - An Overview Of Recent Developments
In our December 2017 article What now for LIBOR in finance documents?, we considered the initial reaction of regulators, industry bodies and market participants to the prospect that LIBOR might no longer exist after 2021.
UK
17 Apr 2019
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2018 ISDA Arbitration Guide Published – The Impact On EU Counterparties
This Client Alert provides an overview of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association's updated arbitration guide that was published in December 2018
European Union
16 Jan 2019
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Ascertaining Fair Market Value For "Repo" Trades Under GMRA Standard Terms
In the recent decision in LBI EHF v. Raiffeisen Bank International AG [2018] EWCA Civ 719, the Court of Appeal has considered the close-out valuation provisions for "repo" trades entered...
UK
25 Apr 2018
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What Now For LIBOR In Finance Documents?
Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the FCA, announced on 27 July 2017 that the FCA would no longer use its influence or legal powers to persuade or compel LIBOR panel banks ...
UK
14 Dec 2017
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Green Bonds
The green bond market has been the subject of many capital markets headlines this year, from the first issue of green bonds by France, with a record €7 billion sale, at the start of the year...
UK
13 Dec 2017
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When Can A Note Trustee Lawfully Adopt Expenses Incurred By Noteholders? UBS AG, London Branch v. GLAS Trust Corporation Ltd. And Another [2017] EWHC 1788 (Comm)
The Commercial Court considered the extent to which it was lawful for a note trustee to adopt and pay expenses incurred by a group of noteholders in obtaining advice in relation to a securitisation.
UK
10 Aug 2017
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