Law and Practice
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|Format: ||Hardback, 450 pages, 5th Revised edition Edition|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 31 March 2016|
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The law of borrowings embraces many different areas of law: contract, company law, trusts, security, insolvency, tax, financial services and regulation. Corporate Borrowing: Law and Practice brings together all of these elements in a practical and concise single volume. It defines the most effective ways of raising debt finance a " from bank loan agreements to MTN programmes a " and examines the specific legal problems of security and prospectus requirements under the Prospectus Directive. It examines the issues relating to the various types of security, asset backed securities, guarantees, appointment of trustees, attracting lenders and the statutory provisions regarding invitational material, and the tax implications of borrowings by companies.
Table of Contents
The Nature of Borrowings Types of Borrowing (1): Bank Loans Types of Borrowing (2): Debt Securities Types of Borrowing (3): ECP Programmes Key Commercial Terms Security Structured Finance Subordination The Power to Borrow, to Guarantee and to Give Security Accepting Deposits Guarantees The Role of Trustees Attracting Lenders US Securities Laws Transfers of Lenders' Interests Variation of Rights Debentures Taxation Execution of Documents
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