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All change? How international financial dispute resolution is being restructured

Amongst other issues to be discussed:

·    Assessing choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement when transacting in the frontier markets

·    Recent derivatives case law including Macquarie Bank Ltd v Graceland Industry Pte Ltd [2018] SGHC (I) 05, an OTC commodity derivatives case heard by Sir Bernard Eder sitting as an
      International Judge in Singapore.

.    Recent developments concerning L/Cs and guarantees including Deutsche Bank v CIMB and Barclays Bank v Price

.    How experts are selected for the panel of The P.R.I.M.E Finance Foundation in The Hague which was formally established in 2012 to help resolve, and to assist judicial systems in the resolution of, disputes
    concerning complex financial transactions.

.    What English lawyers need to know about the new commercial courts that are being established in continental Europe

Date: 07/02/2019
Chair:

The Hon Mr. Justice Robin Knowles CBE

Panellists:

Chris Allen-General Counsel, Standard Chartered Bank Singapore, formerly Global Head of Regulatory Policy for the Barclays Bank Group

Simon Firth-Partner, Linklaters LLP; author Firth on Derivatives Law and Practice, Sweet & Maxwell (loose-leaf Feb 2003- ) Member of the Financial Markets Law Committee

Jeffrey Golden-Joint Head of Chambers, 3 Hare Court, Chairman of The P.R.I.M.E Finance Foundation in The Hague and a member of the Foundation’s panel of Recognized international Market Experts in Finance.

Mark Jones -  36 Stone

Venue:

Linklaters
One Silk Street
London
EC2Y 8HQ

Time:

6.00pm - 8.00pm

CPD Points:

This event will be accredited for 2 CPD points

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