Transnational Lending and Trade Financing

LAW BK 958

This course examines legal issues arising in debt financing provided by financial institutions in international markets. The structure of transnational loan agreements, guarantees, letters of credit, participation and loan sales transactions, and basic instruments and documents common to trade financing are examined. The nature of the documentation and techniques used in such transactions, as well as regulatory patterns, legal problems and international law reform efforts, are studied. The course also covers issues related to the syndication of debt financing transactions, governing law, and creditor remedies.

SPRG 2015 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Smith M 4:20 pm-6:10 pm WebReg Restricted
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