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The Law of Multi-Bank Financing
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1: Multi-bank financing: What it is and is not 2: Multi-bank Financing: Who uses it, where and why? 3: Arranging Syndicated Loans, Sub-Participants and Loan Participations 4: Nature of Credit Facilities Used in Syndicated Loans and Secondary Loan Markets 5: Legal Relations Between the Parties in a Syndicated Loan 6: Legal Relations Between the Parties in Loan Participations 7: Legal relations in Sub-participation Agreements 8: The Secondary Market for Syndicated Loans:Loan Trading, Credit Derivatives, and Collateralised Debt Obligations 9: The Agent in Syndiacted Loans and Loan Participations 10: Insolvency Proceudres, Workout and restructuring in Syndicated Loans 11: The Regulation of Syndicated Loans and the Secondary Market Loan Practices 12: Conclusion

About the Author

Professor Agasha Mugasha is Professor of Law at the University of Essex.

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Professor Mugasha is to be congratulated for providing confused neophytes-and even those who have a reasonable grasp of the issues-with a guide through the argot and neologisms, the parties and the documentation * Philip Rawlings, University College, London, Banking and Finance Law Review *

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