Encyclopaedia of Banking Law (EBL) Bulletin: July 2014

Encyclopaedia of Banking Law (EBL) Bulletin: July 2014

The July 2014 edition of the Encyclopaedia of Banking Law Bulletin is now available.  It covers the period from May-July 2014 and includes:

  • Regulatory developments from the:
    • Financial Conduct Authority
    • Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA)
    • Bank for International Settlements
    • Financial Stability Board
    • International Association of Insurance Supervisors, and
    • International Swaps and Derivatives Association
  • European developments, covering:
    • new harmonised guidelines for handling consumer complaints across the EU from the European Securities and Markets Authority and the European Banking Authority (EBA)
    • the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive and Directive on De

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Meet Kate:

1. Banking & finance lawyer with experience in syndicated lending and project finance in London, Paris and Sydney

2. Likes yoga, DIY (although the output doesn’t generally reflect the input) and sunny climes

3. Thinks the law is very unlike how LA Law made it look

Kate is a solicitor specialising in banking and finance with particular emphasis on syndicated lending and project finance. She has acted for both borrowers and lenders on a wide range of finance transactions, often involving multiple jurisdictions.

Kate trained and qualified in the Debt and Derivative Securities team at Allen & Overy LLP. She later joined the Banking and Finance team at Freehills (now Herbert Smith Freehills) in Sydney. Most recently, she was in the Projects and Infrastructure team at Norton Rose LLP before joining LexisNexis. Kate is dual-qualified in England and Wales and New South Wales, Australia.