The following Banking & Finance guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
BREXIT: The UK is leaving the EU on Exit Day (as defined in the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018). For information on the legal implications for finance transactions, see Practice Notes: Brexit—impact on finance transactionsBrexit—documentary implications for facility agreements.
This Practice Note contains information about the resources in the Banking & Finance module which an in-house banking and finance lawyer may find useful. It is written for banking and finance lawyers working in banks and other financial institutions. It covers:
It also covers specialist types of finance:
real estate finance
trade and commodity finance
debt capital markets
structured products and securitisation.
It also covers Restructuring (for more detailed information on restructuring, see the Restructuring & Insolvency module).
This Practice Note also contains information about other useful resources in the Banking & Finance module for in-house lawyers, including:
current awareness and keeping up-to-date
Please also refer to Practice Note: Regulatory resources for in-house banking and finance lawyers, which covers useful resources pertaining to regulatory matters which are likely to be relevant to in-house lawyers working on banking and finance transactions.
In-house lawyers inexperienced with banking and finance transactions should refer to Practice Note: Banking & Finance—new starter guide for a useful guide to getting to grips with what finance transactions
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