Journal of International Banking & Financial Law

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A highly regarded and authoritative monthly journal that provides the latest information on developments in banking and financial law throughout the world. Published 11 times a year, this is an indispensable publication for any professionals needing to keep up to date with law and practice in the global financial market.

This online publication includes editorial, articles, international briefings, update service and book reviews. Occasional supplements are not included online.

Print ISSN: 0269-2694

Volume 32, Issue 7, 1 August 2017

Citation: (2017) 7 JIBFL 399


Don't WannaCry? Key legal and regulatory issues for financial institutions dealing with ransom demands
The impact of the Internet of Things on loan financing. Part 1: breathing finance contracts and agency 4.0
Standby letters of credit, the “fraud” exception and commercial certainty — English law orthodoxy challenged
Marzillier and the enforcement of exclusive English jurisdiction clauses
Peer-to-peer lending: the shadow of banking regulation hangs over (unsuspecting) borrowers
Financial services law as a sword: cutting down contracts
Third party funding: access to justice or access to profits?
Business as “usual”: how leveraged borrowers can seek a stable platform for negotiations in stressed credit scenarios
Debt of quasi-sovereign entities: responsibility of the state?
Artificial intelligence and equity
ICC report on financial institutions and international arbitration
Second ranking security — drafting pitfalls
The LMA's designated entity clause: truly Brexit-proof?
Implementation of the OECD's Common Reporting Standard in Brazil
Financial Crime Update
Cases Analysis
Regulation Update
Market Movements
Private Fund Limited Partnerships — The Advent of Certainty?
The Netherlands


Janina Godowska Sub-editor
John Jarvis , QC Consultant editor
Rebecca Smith Senior editor and international briefings editor