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Reprint of the Butterworths edition. isbn 0406929416
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.