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Zahra started working as a paralegal at Lexis Nexis in Banking and Insolvency teams in April 2019. Zahra graduated with a 2.1 honours in a BA French and Spanish, completed the GDL at BPP University and is seeking some experience before commencing the LPC. She has undertaken voluntary work for law firms in London, Argentina and Colombia.

Neeta has been working as a paralegal in Banking and Insolvency for the past 4 and a half years.

She started her legal career at Allen & Overy in 2008 in the midst of the global financial crisis and the collapse of Lehmans where she gained most of her experience.

Neeta also did a short stint in litigation at the Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office. Neeta graduated with a 2:1 honours degree from University of London, Queen Mary College and went on to obtain a distinction from the College of Law in the Legal Practice Course. She moved to Lexis®PSL in April 2013.

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28 Oct 2019

This article looks at the types of security interest that can be created over choses in action, focusing on the key differences at law, enforcement rights, priorities,...

20 Oct 2019

In this article we consider three recent practical examples of how the English law of secured transactions impacts rights of creditors when things have not happened quite...

19 Oct 2019

This article considers the circumstances in which a borrower might succeed with a challenge to the appointment of a receiver or an administrator by a secured lender; and...

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2 May 2019

This article outlines the current scope of the LMA's "Africa Suite" and considers the development, key features and usage of the LMA's template for borrowers in Kenya,...

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2 May 2019

In this In Practice article, Kathrine Meloni and Samyuktha Rajagopal consider the implications of IAS 1 for companies that need to address potential breaches of financial...

15 Apr 2019

What is the relationship between different types of set-off? If insolvency set-off applies can any other set-off apply at the same time? Is insolvency set-off an...

15 Apr 2019

In this article, Julia Lu and Richard Lee at Kibbe & Orbe LLP explore some options to amend "Failure to Pay” to protect against manufactured CDS credit events....

28 Mar 2019

It has long been recognised by practitioners in the mortgage field that the existence of a cross-claim for unliquidated damages will not give the borrower a defence to...

28 Mar 2019

In this article, the author considers the changing nature of the disposals covenant on European leveraged financings in recent years. Different approaches to the...

20 Mar 2019

Proprietary interests have the advantage of binding third parties, which is particularly important where the defendant is insolvent. Where the claimant bargained...

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Assignment or charge? Taking security over intangibles
Banking and Finance

This article looks at the types of security interest that can be created over choses in action, focusing on the key differences at law, enforcement rights, priorities,...

Practical issues in the registration and release of security
Banking and Finance

In this article we consider three recent practical examples of how the English law of secured transactions impacts rights of creditors when things have not happened quite...

Lenders’ liability for the enforcement of security
Banking and Finance

This article considers the circumstances in which a borrower might succeed with a challenge to the appointment of a receiver or an administrator by a secured lender; and...

Spot the difference: how does the LMA's documentation for East African borrowers compare to its English law counterparts?
Banking and Finance

This article outlines the current scope of the LMA's "Africa Suite" and considers the development, key features and usage of the LMA's template for borrowers in Kenya,...

IAS 1: implications for companies facing a potential financial covenant breach
Banking and Finance

In this In Practice article, Kathrine Meloni and Samyuktha Rajagopal consider the implications of IAS 1 for companies that need to address potential breaches of financial...

Is insolvency set-off an exclusive code?
Banking and Finance

What is the relationship between different types of set-off? If insolvency set-off applies can any other set-off apply at the same time? Is insolvency set-off an...

“Failure to Pay” needs a restructuring
Banking and Finance

In this article, Julia Lu and Richard Lee at Kibbe & Orbe LLP explore some options to amend "Failure to Pay” to protect against manufactured CDS credit events....

Secured indebtedness, set-off and enforcement: the law after Woodeson v Credit Suisse
Banking and Finance

It has long been recognised by practitioners in the mortgage field that the existence of a cross-claim for unliquidated damages will not give the borrower a defence to...

The changing nature of the disposals covenant on European leveraged financings: should you go LMA-style,high yield bond-style or mix it up?
Banking and Finance

In this article, the author considers the changing nature of the disposals covenant on European leveraged financings in recent years. Different approaches to the...

Tracing proceeds of unauthorised dispositions of assets subject to a charge
Banking and Finance

Proprietary interests have the advantage of binding third parties, which is particularly important where the defendant is insolvent. Where the claimant bargained...

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