Legal & Regulatory

Regulatory changes often have unintended consequences, so we have a vital role in mitigating any possible negative impacts on the loan product, whether generally, or in relation to specific sectors such as leveraged, real estate or commodity finance.

Whilst we have made significant progress in addressing the adverse effects of regulation for our members, undoubtedly, changes in the regulatory and general legislative landscape will continue to provide major challenges for us during 2020, as well as potential opportunities to bring about positive change.

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Briefings

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Brexit, Law and Jurisdiction: where will we be after transition?

This briefing by Clifford Chance considers the changes in store for international contracts entered into on or after 1 January 2021.

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Transforming interest rate benchmarks - Twist or stick? New LMA drafting to future-proof LIBOR-referencing loans

This briefing by Slaughter and May discusses recently published LMA draft documentation in respect of LIBOR transition.

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Drafting For Brexit In Finance Documents: A UK Perspective

This Clifford Chance briefing considers, from a UK perspective, EU legislative references, construction clauses, bail-in clauses and jurisdiction clauses in finance documents. ...