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On what basis can a secured lender refuse consent to a disposal when its consent is "not to be unreasonably withheld"?

United Kingdom - May 8 2018 A contractual provision to the effect that a party's consent should not be unreasonably withheld is a familiar one. When will it be unreasonable to...

Tanya Alfillé, Felicity Ewing.


Ascertaining fair market value for "repo" trades under GMRA standard terms

United Kingdom - April 23 2018 In the recent decision in LBI EHF v. Raiffeisen Bank International AG 2018 EWCA Civ 719, the Court of Appeal has considered the close-out valuation...

Tanya Alfillé, Matthew Sapte, Felicity Ewing.


Court of Appeal dismisses appeal in Property Alliance Group v. RBS

United Kingdom - March 2 2018 The Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal brought by Property Alliance Group Limited (PAG) concerning allegations against The Royal Bank of...

Daren Allen, Richard Caird.


I'm sorry I haven't a CLU - swaps claim relating to bank's failure to disclose internal credit provision is dismissed - London Executive Aviation v. The Royal Bank of Scotland plc 2018 EWHC 74 (Ch)

United Kingdom - January 22 2018 In a robust judgment, Mrs Justice Rose (the Judge) has dismissed claims for negligence and misrepresentation in relation to two interest rate hedging...

Steven Mills, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot.


When can a note trustee lawfully adopt expenses incurred by noteholders?

United Kingdom - January 16 2018 A securitisation transaction took place in 2006, the subject of which was cashflows generated by a portfolio of sheltered housing. Such cashflows were...

Steven Mills, Clare Stothard, Craig Neilson, Kerry Talbot, Felicity Ewing.