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Chambers and Partners Banking & Finance 2020 Global Practice Guide

Chambers and Partners Banking & Finance 2020 Global Practice Guide

Chambers and Partners Banking & Finance 2020 Global Practice Guide

03.11.2020 BE law

The Chambers Banking & Finance 2020 Global Practice Guide covers 34 jurisdictions and discusses the impact of COVID-19, the high-yield market, restrictions on foreign lenders granting loans or security, foreign currency exchange, debt buy-back, withholding tax, guarantees and security, bankruptcy and insolvency, and EHS laws.

​A team of Stibbe lawyers authored the Benelux sections of the 3rd edition of the Chambers and Partners Banking & Finance Guide 2020, which can be found here.

The Dutch chapter was written by Maarten de Bruin, Rein van Helden, Rogier Raas and Robert Steeg, the Luxembourg chapter by Gérald Origer, Jean-Marc Delcour, Steven Paridaens and Nicolas Pradel and the Belgian chapter by Wouter Ghijsels, Pieter Nobels and Pieter-Jan Leemen.

To view the chapters, please click the links below:

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