2nd September 2010
Examine international finance law and practice in the face of the credit crunch.
Discuss actual transactions with a focus on practice in developing markets.
Derivatives; various types of notes; securitisation and fund structures, both from a structuring and documentation perspective; major developments in credit crunch litigation.
Sydney Law School in Europe
Semester 2 Intensive
2-3 & 6-7 September 2010
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