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 33, Issue 6, 1 JUNE 2018

Citation: (2018) 6 JIBFL 339


When can an opposing solicitor be trusted?
The Law's Great Schism: privilege and the rules of attribution
Aviva: lessons from the capital reduction that never was
The agent with a secret: who does the specialist advisor represent?
When “no” is not an option: exercising contractual consents
Close-out provisions under the 2002 Master: You still want to be the determining party
PRA guidance on guarantees: far reaching consequences?
What lenders need to consider when taking security over Artificial Intelligence software
Making the most of what you've got: how secured creditors can overcome common obstacles to recourse
Assignment and conflict of laws: the new commission proposal
Lending to the lenders: key issues when lending to banks and credit institutions
Artificial Intelligence and fallibility
Recourse? Of course. The relationship between receivables finance and the LMA “Borrowings” carve-out
TMT Finance: gambling
EU proposed measures on non-performing loans: impact on loan markets
Green Loan Principles
Competition Law Update
Cases Analysis
Regulation Update
Market Movements
Open Banking and PSD2: A Revolution in the Provision of Retail Banking Services


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