- This week's essentials for Banking & Finance—16 April 2014
- Shipping finance
- Anticipatory breach—lost at sea?
- Project finance
- Governance principles established for Green Bonds
- Trade finance
- Guidance issued on the Export Refinancing Facility
- ESMA adds Eurex Clearing AG as a new authorised CCP under EMIR
- Introduction of Western European Sovereign CDS Clearing by ICE
- Regulation for banking and finance lawyers
- New standard for capital requirements for exposures to central counterparties
- BIS publishes framework for control of large exposures
- Financial Services
- What can we expect from the FCA in the next year?
- FCA publishes guidance on new mortgage lending rules
- Restructuring & Insolvency
- Appeal likely over the Lehmans waterfall judgment
Updates and analysis on banking and finance law and practice. This week’s essentials include (1) analysis on the law of anticipatory breach under a charterparty, (2) governance framework released for the recently created Green Bond Principles, (3) guidance on the Export Refinancing Facility, (4) ESMA announcement of a further authorised CCP under EMIR, (5) clearing for Western European Credit Default Swaps to be introduced by ICE, (6) the Bank for International Settlements publishes the final standard supervisory framework for exposures to central counterparties and for measuring and controlling large exposures, (7) useful information for banking and finance lawyers on what to expect from the FCA in the coming year and on new mortgage lending rules from the Lexis®PSL Financial Services team and (8) the LexisPSL Restructuring & Insolvency team provide an update from the joint administrators of LBIE
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