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Banking & Capital Markets

edit Authors(s): David Adams
event Published: 15th Jan 2021

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Banking and Capital Markets is a practical guide to a field perennially influenced by both legal and market forces. The text is divided into three parts: Part I provides a clear and accessible explanation of the fundamentals behind drafting loan facility documentation; Part II provides a thorough examination of secured lending, which is probably the most legally complex area of the banking solicitor’s practice; and Part III provides a straightforward introduction to capital markets financing, including the process of issuing a stand-alone bond.

This new edition has been revised to take account of recent legislative and procedural changes, including the conclusions of important cases in this area.

Contents

Raising Finance: An Overview

Facility Agreements

Due Diligence, Commitment Letters and the Term Sheet
Plain Vanilla or Bells and Whistles?
When, Who, Where, What and Why?
Representations
A Review of Company Accounts
Undertakings
Events of Default
Boiler Plate, Mechanics and Miscellaneous Clauses
Novation, Assignment and Sub-participation
Drafting Tips

Secured Lending

Common Forms of Security
Quasi-security
Further Issues on Taking Security
Security Documentation – Debentures
Legal Opinions

Capital Markets

Introduction to International Capital Markets
The Forms and Legal Characteristics of a Bond
Issuing a Bond – The Parties and Documentation
Bond Prospectus and Listing Particulars
Issuing a Bond – The Process

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