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 11, 1 December 2018

Citation: (2018) 11 JIBFL 671


Limiting liability in London and New York: different doctrines serving the same aim
Excluding fiduciary duties: how far should trustees be able to go? Lessons from bond issues
One way bets and straining at gnats: fixing a fair valuation date in unfair prejudice petitions
Implied terms in loan agreements: a matter of interest
Financial collateral arrangements: tricky issues and practical considerations
Who has been asserting my privilege?
Sake-keeping crypto-assets: a push for principle
Financial institutions beware: cybersecurity lessons from the Wm Morrisons Supermarket case
Certainty of funding: the operation and evolution of the UK and US approaches
Suspense accounts and sanctions: when is a bank enriched?
Whistleblowing: the Dodd-Frank model — a brief primer and is it replicable elsewhere?
Restructuring monoline wrapped bonds in LATAM: best practices
Should all regulators set up a regulatory sandbox?
Intangible assets and the Loan Market Association forms of documents
Crypto-assets: regulating a new economy
Mis-selling of interest rate hedging products: public law will not aid private law claims
Cases Analysis
Regulation Update
Market Movements
Lenders: Boxing Clever of Potential Pensions Liabilities


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