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ECCTA: Fundamental changes for companies and considerations for lenders: Practical points to note

Tyne Harman outlines some of the key considerations for lenders and borrowers alike to be aware of.

08/03/2024

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Major reforms to Companies House

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 (the “Act”) has now received Royal Assent and become law

30/11/2023

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Rising insolvencies; clarity on hostile administration appointment by lenders

Navigating the complexities of appointing administrators out of Court hours

16/11/2023

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Fixed charge receiver or administrators – the pros and cons?

Fixed charge receiverships are increasingly popular when it comes to enforcement of security over property, particularly when it involves defaulting property developer borrowers. So, what is the difference between that and administration?

20/06/2023

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European and US banking contagion – a series of unfortunate events?

A global financial crisis or a series of isolated incidents?

07/06/2023

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The rise of Green Loans and Sustainability-Linked Loans

Lenders who fund real estate projects under pressure how they contribute to sustainable living

02/06/2023

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Sova Capital – a “special” special administration

The case of Re Sova Capital Limited (in special administration) [2023] EWHC 452 (Ch) generated and continues to generate interest in insolvency circles

24/05/2023

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When does a director owe a primary duty to creditors?

The Supreme Court recently confirmed when a director’s duty to creditors comes into effect, if their company is in the ‘twilight’ zone of potential insolvency

23/11/2022

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The trials and tribulations of extortionate credit transactions

Frank Bouette explains the Court considerations when deciding whether a credit transaction should be set aside as extortionate

23/11/2022

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The Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022: lenders – top tips to consider

Tyne Harman highlights the important implications of the Act and identifying transactions that involve overseas entities

22/11/2022

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Guarantees and “commercial benefit” – why is it important?

Sarah Naylor considers issue of commercial benefit when advising on the structuring of transaction security for a group of companies

14/11/2022

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Clarification on lenders’ duties

Supreme Court refused permission to appeal decision in Morley (t/a Morley Estates) -v- The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc [2021] EWCA Civ 338

11/11/2022

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Changes to the regulation of the insolvency profession

The Insolvency Service recently published its consultation paper which sets out the government’s proposals to radically change the regulatory framework for the insolvency profession

30/05/2022

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The National Security and Investment Act 2021

The Act has been described by the government as ‘the biggest shake up of the UK’s national security regime for 20 years’. Sarah Naylor discusses the key points for lenders

07/03/2022

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Default Interest – an unenforceable penalty?

The case of Ahuja Investments Limited v Victorygame Limited provides a clear example of how the principles of the law of penalties apply to default interest clauses commonly found in finance agreements

07/03/2022

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Saying no to mediation: a safe bet?

Mediation is an established part of the dispute resolution process in the UK and refusing to take part isn’t looked on favourably by the courts

27/06/2018

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