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International Comparative Legal Guide to Securitisation Laws and Regulations

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We are proud to share the Australia, China and Hong Kong chapters that KWM has written for International Comparative Legal Guide to Securitisation Laws and Regulations 2019.


The ICLG to Securitisation Laws and Regulations covers common issues in securitisation laws and regulations including receivables contracts, receivables purchase agreement, asset sales, security issues, insolvency laws, special rules, regulatory issue and taxation - in 26 jurisdictions.

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. We hope you find this year's guide useful. 

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Authors

View Australia chapter

Anne-Marie Neagle, Ian Edmonds-Wilson

View Hong Kong chapter

Paul McBride, Brian Sung

View China chapter

Zhou Jie, Eddie Hu

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

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