- Insolvency law—key areas of reform
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- What is the background to this paper?
- Why did the Committee decide that the law concerning fixed and floating charges is most in need of review?
- To what extent do you think there is a desire in the market for the law concerning fixed and floating charges to be tackled?
- Which of the three solutions identified by the Committee do you think is preferable?
- How do you hope that lawyers will join the debate?
- What is next for the Committee?
Banking & Finance analysis: Why does the law on fixed and floating charges need reviewing? Richard Calnan, banking partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, and chairman of the working party of the Financial Law Committee of the City of London Law Society, comments on the Committee’s paper on the issues.
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