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 35, Issue 4, 1 APRIL 2020

Citation: (2020) 4 JIBFL 219


The tide goes out: the shape of UK financial services legislation post-Brexit: Part 4
Should Irrevocable Payment Undertakings be classified as bank debt or trade debt?
A dressing down: the Cranston Review of the HBOS Reading Redress Scheme
Should loan risk-participation agreements be characterised as insurance?
Necessary but not sufficient: stay upon resolution via bail-in
Further Assurance clauses: scope, operation and how they can be enforced
International trade receivables finance at a crossroads: the UN Convention and the EU Draft Regulation
Covenant to pay clauses in security documents: why are they needed?
Private Keys v Blockchains: what is a cryptoasset in law?
ESMA proposes overhaul of equity market structure
Looking ahead: the impact of SRD II on conducting business in the EU
DAC 6 reporting for finance parties: a Q&A
The choice of French law for the new ISDA Master Agreement: Part 2
COVID-19 relief measures and international financings: the law of unintended consequences?
New horizons: quantum computing and the banking sector
The benefits of international arbitration for cross-border banking transactions
Financial Crime Update
Cases Analysis
Regulation Update
Market Movements
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Janina Godowska Sub-editor
John Jarvis , QC Consultant editor
Rebecca Smith Senior editor and international briefings editor