Edited by Frederique Dahan
This cutting-edge Handbook presents an overview of research and thinking in the field of secured financing, examining international standards and best practices of secured transactions law reform and its economic impact. Expert contributors explore the breadth and depth of the subject matter across diverse sectors, and illustrate the choices and trade-offs that policy makers face via a number of illuminating case studies. The result is a unique and wide-ranging examination of transactions reform across the world.
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- Research Handbook on Secured Financing in Commercial Transactions
- Chapter 1: How do creditor rights matter for debt finance? A review of empirical evidence
- Chapter 2: The influence of the UNCITRAL Legislative Guide on secured transactions
- Chapter 3: A single framework governing secured transactions? Comparative reflections
- Chapter 4: Implementing Shari’ah-compliant collateral security regimes: Select issues
- Chapter 5: Levelling the legal playing field: What the law can and can’t do to improve women’s access to secured finance
- Chapter 6: Untying the Gordian knot: Farmers, banks, insurers, warehouse receipts, commodity exchanges, collateral managers and access to credit
- Chapter 7: Sowing the good seeds: The Brazilian experience of agriculture financing
- Chapter 8: The potential of factoring for improving SME access to finance
- Chapter 9: Security in project finance and PPP and the implications for secured transactions law: “Security is a shield, not a sword”
- Chapter 10: Keeping it real: SME financing, secured transactions and risk appetite
- Chapter 11: Financial collateral arrangements and the financial markets
- Chapter 12: Fundamentals of taking security interests in bank accounts
- Chapter 13: Secured transactions law reform in Russia: A tortuous but ultimately successful journey
- Chapter 14: Reforming an established secured transactions legal system: Why and how Morocco is approaching the challenge
- Chapter 15: Taking stock of Romanian secured transactions after 15 years of reform: A mapping of past, present and future milestones
- Chapter 16: Piecemeal reform: Is it the answer?
- Chapter 17: What makes a good law of security?
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