Authors

Alfred Fink

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Martin Yells

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Mag. Claudia Steegmüller

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Clemens Niedner

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Andrei Babiy

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Alfred Fink

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Martin Yells

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Mag. Claudia Steegmüller

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Clemens Niedner

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Andrei Babiy

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10 December 2019

Lending Focus - December 2019

Electronic signatures – progress, but don't throw away your pen

Andrew Seager takes a 'deep dive' into the world of simple contracts and deeds, and the impact of electronic signatures on documents governed by English law.

High Court clarifies duties owed by receivers to borrowers

Emilie Delacave comments on a recent decision involving receivers who sold a property to a company connected to the appointing creditor.

Arrangement fees in Germany: How to deal?

Simon Dotterweich reports on German regulations which hinder upfront lender fees, and how the market is handling this.

Taking security over goods in Austria

Susanne Fruhstorfer and Andreas Howadt consider a recent case which marks a welcome change for creditors taking security over goods in Austria.

Facilitating the financial markets: Creditor-friendly reforms in France

Alfred Fink with an update on lenders' obligations to borrowers on cost of lending.

Company Voluntary Arrangements: Secured creditors' (almost) impenetrable rights

Gabriel Goh reviews Company Voluntary Arrangements in light of the recent Debenhams High Court appeal.

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