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Debt restructuring

Olivares-Caminal, Rodrigo, Douglas, John, Guynn, Randall, Kornberg, Alan, Paterson, Sarah, Singh, Davinder and Stonefrost, Hilary (2011) Debt restructuring. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199579693

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- The only work to consider bank, corporate and sovereign restructuring in one volume. - Considers the position under English and New York law with reference to EU regulation, the UNCITRAL model law and other jurisdictions where relevant to illustrate points discussed. - Provides a toolkit of practical options to consider for advisers of both creditor and debtor. - Extremely topical work as it discusses the effects of the credit crisis and resulting regulation. - Experienced author team draw on their experience of cases to provide real insight into law and practice in this area. Debt Restructuring provides a legal analysis of international corporate, banking and sovereign debt restructuring from both the creditors' and debtors' perspective. It provides a practical guide for creditors holding distressed debt, debtor options in a distressed scenario and the necessary steps for the parties to achieve their goals. Written by an expert author team of leading practitioners and academics, the legal analysis is supported by case studies and draft clauses. This topical work is divided into three parts: corporate debt restructuring; bank resolution; and sovereign debt restructuring. Aimed at lawyers working in international finance, banking, insolvency or financial services regulation, as well as regulatory agencies, central banks, banking supervisors, accountants and investment banks, Debt Restructuring can be used as a tool for international practitioners policy makers and academics to understand the current trends in debt restructuring in order to provide a solution to their clients. Readership: The primary market is law firms with an insolvency, international finance, banking, restructuring or financial services regulation practice; regulatory agencies such as the FSA and SEC; central banks and banking supervisors; global accountancy firms; investment banks; insolvency NGOs; development banks; and law and business schools worldwide.

Item Type: Book
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Additional Information: © 2011 Oxford University Press
Divisions: Law
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HG Finance
K Law > K Law (General)
K Law > KD England and Wales
Date Deposited: 20 Sep 2013 08:12
Last Modified: 16 May 2024 12:57

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