Structured finance and investment laws vary considerably across jurisdictions. Compliance with these laws can present a particular challenge for businesses and investors whose interests cross borders. To help companies better understand the laws and regulations governing securitization-related matters, Ally Law’s member firm in Greece, Your Legal Partners, together with the law firm Dracopoulos & Vassalakis LP, has contributed a chapter on Greek securitization law to the 2018 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to Securitisation 2018.
The ICLG series currently includes comprehensive guides to 47 practice areas covering almost all areas of law facing global businesses today. Using a question-and-answer format to ensure thorough coverage of each topic, the guides provide current and practical comparative legal information that draws on the collective expertise of their contributors.
The 2018 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to Securitisation 2018 covers common issues in securitization laws and regulations — including receivables contracts, receivables purchase agreements, asset sales, security issues, insolvency laws, special rules, regulatory issues and taxation — in 27 jurisdictions.
For more information about cross-border structured finance and securities laws, please contact your Ally Law corporate and securities lawyer.