Securitisation 2020: U.K. Law and Practice

Our note provides a high-level guide to securitisation transactions under English law. Written in partnership with Chambers and Partners, it forms the UK-focused section of the Chambers and Partners Global Practice Guide: Securitisation 2020.

This general guide discusses a broad range of topics to provide a helpful overview to those that are looking at a first time securitisation. It also provides guidance on a number of more detailed points to assist with those more experienced in securitisations, including recently regulatory development.

Please note that this guide was originally published on 13 January 2020 when considering recent developments.

Brexit has resulted in a new set of UK rules for securitisations. For further information, please see this article examining the scope of the new rules, their potential impact on securitisations and the practical issues to consider in documentation.

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Authored by Julian Craughan, Tauhid Ijaz, James Doyle and Peter Mills.

 

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Julian Craughan
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James Doyle
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