The Asia Pacific Guide to Lending and Taking Security addresses issues and requirements for lending and security and related matters (for example, insolvency) in 15 jurisdictions, including:

  • Regulatory banking requirements when considering whether to lend in a particular jurisdiction
  • Mechanics and requirements of loans in a particular jurisdiction
  • Security, including the ranking of secured and unsecured creditors
  • What to do when things go wrong, such as the enforcement of security when the lender is a foreign entity, arbitration versus litigation

The guide also covers recent developments such as the Myanmar Investment Law 2016, the Indian Solvency and Bankruptcy Code, the Malaysian Companies Act 2016 and the macro prudential administrative regime introduced by the People’s Bank of China in 2016 in relation to inbound financing.

Download a PDF copy or go to the interactive website to compare jurisdictions and specific regulatory policies on lending and taking security in Asia Pacific.

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