25 April 2017

ICLG Lending & Secured Finance 2017: Guide to Australian, Hong Kong and PRC law

We are delighted to share with you the Australia, China and Hong Kong chapters that KWM has written for The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) Lending & Secured Finance 2017.

The ICLG Lending & Secured Finance 2017 provides a practical cross-border guide into lending and secured finance with answers on key threshold issues which arise in lending, taking guarantees and security in relevant jurisdictions. We are proud to have contributed to this year’s guide and hope you find it useful.

Please click on the links below to download the Australia, Hong Kong and China chapters or contact one of the authors if you have any questions.

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Authors

Download Australia chapter

Yuen-Yee ChoElizabeth Hundt Russell

Download Hong Kong chapter

Richard MazzochiDavid Lam

Download China chapter

Jack WangStanley Zhou

The complete ICLG is available at www.iclg.co.uk.

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