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International Loan Documentation
by S. Wright

A detailed study of the terms of international loan documentation with comprehensive explanations of the purpose of the provisions and of areas which may require negotiation and with an emphasis on the wording of the Loan Market Association documents. This work covers term loans and revolving credits and includes comparisons of the provisions required for investment grade borrowers, special purpose entities and asset and project based credit risks. It includes discussion of security, due diligence and legal opinions as well as Appendices explaining key issues of English law such as trusts and fiduciary duties; and a glossary of expressions commonly used in this area. The book thus provides a highly practical and comprehensive resource for bankers and lawyers, at all levels of experience, involved in international lending.

The Handbook of International Loan Documentation
by Sue Wright

Syndicated loans are loans provided by a group of lenders and administered or arranged by investment banks and are one of the key ways in which firms raise capital for growth. Agreements can range from straightforward ‘vanilla’ transactions, to highly complex agreements with numerous payout structures and conditions, and a key part of the process is documentation and negotiation.

This new edition provides a highly practical and comprehensive resource for bankers and lawyers, at all levels of experience, involved in international lending. The author covers the terms of international loan documentation with comprehensive explanations of the purpose of the provisions, and of areas that may require negotiation, with an emphasis on the wording of the Loan Market Association (LMA) documents. It also covers term loans and revolving credits and includes comparisons of the provisions required for investment grade borrowers and for asset and project based credit risks, and includes discussion of security, quasi security, and legal opinions.


Project Finance
by Graham D. Vinter, Gareth Price

‘Practical Project Finance’ examines the legal issues involved in the tendering, negotiation, financial structuring and management of infrastructure and energy projects. Written in a clear and practical way, the book provides detailed guidance on the specific parts of the many branches of law that are brought into play in a typical project financing, from large cross-border upstream oil and gas projects to small- to medium- sized PPP projects. Comprehensive – covers all aspects of project finance; – Deals with general principles as well as sector-specific issues; – Authoritative – written by the head of Allen & Overy’s Projects Group; – Practice-focused – provides clear, structured guidance on how the law works in specific project financings.

Law of Multi-Bank Financing
by Agasha Mugasha

The book includes chapters on what multi-bank financing is and who does it, relevant areas of law (including contract, torts, insolvency, tax, and statutes, such as the Bank Act), the mechanics of arranging loan syndications and loan participations, financial accommodation used (direct loans, bank guarantees, letters of credit, and bankers’ acceptances), legal relations between parties in loan syndications and loan participations, rights and duties of the agent bank, securities regulation issues in loan syndications and loan participations, and accounting and tax issues in loan syndications and loan participations. Agasha Mugasha argues that loan syndications, loan participations, and related practices are commercial transactions between sophisticated parties and should be analysed and regulated as such. Sample documents for syndicated facility agreements, participation agreements, sale and participation agreements, and standby letters of credit are provided in appendices. Based on law in Canada, particularly Ontario, The Law of Multi-bank Financing includes discussions of a significant body of United States jurisprudence as well as the most important court decisions in other common-law countries.

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Australian Residential Property Development for Investors
by Ron Forlee

The all-in-one reference for the new residential real estate investor

Australian Residential Property Development for Investors is the practical, step-by-step guide for beginners and experienced investors in the real estate and construction industries. From site selection to sale, this book walks you through each phase of the property development process to show you how careful planning can considerably enhance returns on your investment. This practical and effective guide features the latest information on development economics, the impact of electronic media, new cost-effective building methods, and a collection of case studies that illustrate these ideas in action. With a focus on practical outcomes, you’ll learn how to approach the property from an investor’s perspective to minimize risk and maximize returns.

Australians have long had a love affair with residential property. We have one of the highest rates of home ownership in the world, and investing in residential real estate is a popular route to financial security. This book shows you how to make property development feasible within your time and budget constraints, netting you more profit and less headache.

  • Select the site with the most profit potential, and find dependable financing
  • Work more effectively with contractors, councils, consultants, and solicitors
  • Apply standard monitoring and risk management techniques to your investment
  • Cost and market the improved property appropriately to target the right buyers

Newcomers are understandably overwhelmed by zoning, financing, construction, marketing, and everything else that goes into property development, frequently resulting in mistakes and missed profit. For the fledgling developer hoping to make the most of a new investment, Australian Residential Property Development for Investors provides all-in-one reference, with proven systems, techniques, and tools.


Property Finance
by Giacomo Morri, Antonio Mazza

A unique, international approach to optimal real estate financing

Property Finance is an authoritative guide to both the financial and legal issues surrounding real estate financing. Unique in its exclusive focus on the topic, this book builds from a solid theoretical foundation to provide practical tools and real-world solutions. Beginning with a discussion of the general issues encountered in real estate finance from an international perspective, the authors delve into country-specific information and set out the legal peculiarities of eight important countries (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, China, India, England and Wales) by asking questions of relevance to the leading local law firms specializing in real estate financing. The reader may thus consider in greater depth the problems relating to any given country and compare and contrast the positions under different legal systems.

Examples with numerical calculations and contract excerpts enhance the explanations presented, and are immediately followed by practical case studies that illustrate the mechanisms at work. The companion website features downloadable spreadsheets used in the examples, power point presentations, as well as real estate news and more.

Property financing entails many sources of capital, including both debt and equity resources as well as hybrid forms like preferred equity and mezzanine debt. Knowing how to work with these avenues is important to ensuring financial sustainability in real estate assets. Property Finance covers the most common issues encountered, helping readers prepare for and find a way around possible roadblocks.

  • Consider the issues surrounding real estate lending at an international level
  • Compare and contrast the positions under different legal systems
  • Develop an international perspective on cash flows and financing agreements
  • Use powerful tools to structure financing and gauge its effects on property financing

The success of a real estate investment is dependent upon optimal financing, and a mere bird’s eye view of the topic does not fully prepare investors for issues ahead: Property Finance provides a knowledge-based approach to real estate investment, detailed information and powerful tools.