Welcome to the autumn edition of our Banking & Finance bulletin.
As ever, this bulletin represents the very best of our recent thought-pieces concerning exciting legal developments in the world of Banking & Finance. We hope you’re still with us!
It’s been a little over a year now since we first started publishing this bulletin. We always seek to tailor our articles to what we think our clients will find most interesting. We hope this is the case, but if ever you read below and get to the end with unanswered questions, why not get in touch to discuss this further? You know what they say; a problem shared is a problem halved.
In this bulletin we cover three major legislative developments in relation to the UK’s insolvency regime, the assignment of receivables and the identification of overseas investors in the UK’s property market. Among other topics (one of which needs no introduction), we also comment on a recent Supreme Court case which will interest those who issue or seek to rely upon credit references.
And for those of you who hanker after even more commentary from Stevens & Bolton, why not explore some recent pieces penned by our Restructuring & Insolvency specialists – click here to read more.