International Acquisition Finance: Law and Practice available in Hardcover
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- Oxford University Press, USA
This new edition of International Acquisition Finance builds on the success of the first edition in providing a comprehensive and comparative analysis of the law and practice of acquisition finance from the viewpoint of leading lawyers in over 20 different jurisdictions including the UK, China, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the USA. New jurisdictions for this edition include Hong Kong, India and Poland.
The work contains an overview of the relevant issues to provide the reader with an understanding of structuring cross-border acquisition finance transactions and solutions to relevant legal problems. Each chapter deals with the stages of the proposed transaction and its financing and the related issues which need to be considered in the different jurisdictions.
This fully updated new edition reflects recent changes to the law in all jurisdictions, including the implementation in England of the Companies Act 2006 whose effects include the abolition of the prohibition of financial assistance for private companies and changes to the way in which charges are registered.
Also included is new coverage of acquisitions from insolvency practitioners, regulation affecting financial institution investment practices and other changes brought about by the current economic conditions, as well as a new chapter on public company acquisitions written by Stephen Powell of Slaughter & May. In addition relevant legal and practical considerations involved in public company acquisitions are considered in each jurisdictional chapter.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
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About the Author
Gwendoline Griffiths heads the Banking and Finance Group at DMH Stallard and specializes in debt finance including acquisition finance, asset based lending, property finance, trade finance and syndications.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction, Gwendoline Griffiths; DMH Stallard
2. United Kingdon - England: private companies, Gwendoline Griffiths; DMH Stallard
3. United Kingdom - England: public companies, Stephen Powell; Slaughter & May
4. United Kingdom - Scotland, Alan Soppitt; Burness
5. Belgium, Johan de Bruycker; Altius
6. Canada, Simon Finch, Anna MacMillan & John Teolis; Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
7. China and Hong Kong, Heida Donegan & Padraig Walsh; Barlow, Lyde & Gilbert
8. Denmark, Thomas Kaas & Kim Rasmussen; Kromann Reumert
9. Finland, Tarja Wist & Heli Lavonen; Waselius & Wist
10. France, Jean-Francois Adele; Jeantet Associes
11. Germany, Mattias Buttlar & Alexandra Hageleuken; Clifford Chance
12. India, Dina Wadia & Aashit Shah; J Sagar Associates
13. Ireland, William Johnston; Arthur Cox
14. Italy, Lisa Curran & Francesca Turitto; Allen & Overy LLP
15. Japan, Akira Marumo; Mori Hamada & Matsumoto
16. Luxembourg, Toinon Hoss & Pit Reckinger; Elvinger, Hoss & Prussen
17. The Netherlands, David Vietor & Diederik Vriesendorp; NautaDutilh
18. Norway, Sverre Tyrhaug; Thommessen Krefting Greve Lund AS Advokatfirma
19. Poland, Rafal Zakrzewski & Jan Zdzienicki; Clifford Chance
20. Spain, Eduardo Rodriguez-Rovira, Javier Illescas, Angel Perez Lopez, Jose Luis Vazquez; Uría Menéndez
21. Sweden, Magnus Hedsund, Sofia Olsson & Henrik Ossborn; Advokatfirman Vinge KB
22. Switzerland, Stefan Breitenstein & Fedor Poskriakov; Lenz & Staehelin
23. USA, Marsha Simms & Danek Freeman; Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP