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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition was published, see:
Cross Border Collateral: Legal Risk and the Conflict of Laws isbn 9781845925079

Cross Border Collateral: Legal Risk and the Conflict of Laws (Old Jacket)

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Edited by: Richard Potok

ISBN13: 9780406929419
ISBN: 0406929416
New Edition ISBN: 1845925076
Published: January 2002
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Are you involved in the swap & derivatives, margin lending, repo or securities lending businesses? Do you take or provide indirectly held securities as collateral in cross border situations? Do you wonder about the impact on your operations of PRIMA, Article 9(2) of the EU Finality Directive, Revised Article 8 of the UCC and the proposed Hague Convention on indirectly held securities?

If so, Cross Border Collateral: Legal Risk and the Conflict of Laws is the essential new publication that will shed light on this important, niche area of international law and help you to know how conflict of laws issues are resolved in 25 key jurisdictions.

Cross Border Collateral: Legal Risk and the Conflict of Laws is the first text to respond to the implementation of article 9(2) of the EU Settlement Finality Directive and to assess the impact of the proposed Hague Convention on indirectly held securities.

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Commercial Law, Conflict of Laws
Chapter 1: Overview
Chapter 2: General Introduction
Chapter 3: The Fact Patterns and questions for consideration
Chapter 4: Australia (written by Mark Moshinsky, Richard Potok and Edward Kerr)
Chapter 5: Austria (written by Friedrich Jergitsch)
Chapter 6: Belgium (written by Diego Devos and Bart Servaes)
Chapter 7: BVI (written by Peter Tarn)
Chapter 8: Canada (Ontario and Quebec) written by Bradley Crawford QC, Eric Gertner and Michel Deschamps
Chapter 9: Denmark (written by Ulrik Rammeskow Bang-Pederson and Mogens Kruse)
Chapter 10: England (written by Guy Morton, Richard Potok and Joanna Benjamin)
Chapter 11: Finland (written by Janne Lauha and Dmitirios Himonas)
Chapter 12: Germany (written by Martin Schodermeier, Klaus Lober and Beda Wortmann)
Chapter 13: Greece (written by Dimitris Paraskevas)
Chapter 14: Ireland (written by Judith Lawless and Roy Parker)
Chapter 15: Italy (written by Dario Loiacono, Raffaele Capuano and Daniela Marilungo)
Chapter 16: Japan (written by Hideki Kanda)
Chapter 17: Luxembourg (written by Wim Hautekiet and Philippe Dupont)
Chapter 18: Netherlands (written by Willem (Pim) AK Rank and Arend-Jaap van der Lely)
Chapter 19: Netherlands Antilles (written by Focco W Lunsingh Scheurleer)
Chapter 20: New Zealand (written by Jeremy Steel)
Chapter 21: Singapore (written by Lucien Wong and Kok Chee Wai)
Chapter 22: South Africa (written by Angela Itzikowitz and Philip Treisman)
Chapter 23: Spain (written by Candido Paz-Ares, Francisco Garcimartin Alferez and Ana Buitrago)
Chapter 24: Sweden (written by Dan Hanqvist, Michael Bogdan and Mikael Sedolin)
Chapter 25: Switzerland (written by Christophe Bernasconi, David Kanzig and Nedim Peter Vogt)
Chapter 26: Taiwan (written by Paul S P Hsu, YD Deng, Shiau-Pan Yang and Grace Wu)
Chapter 27: United States (New York) (written by Randall D Guynn and James Steven Rodgers)
Chapter 28: The Hague Convention. Index."