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When Worlds Collide: Article 2 of The Uniform Commercial Code and Chapter 11

Picture the scene: You have just received word that your customer has filed Chapter 11. You had followed my advice (see article Reducing a Customer’s Accounts Receivable in the Zone of Insolvency), and put the customer on a...more

FSCC publishes response to arrears charges complaint

FSCC has responded to a complaint regarding charges on credit payments in arrears that were calculated as a percentage of the sum to be recovered, rather than on the basis of the actual cost of recovery as it should have...more

Basel Committee consults on Standardised Approach to credit risk

The Basel Committee has published a second consultation on Revisions to the Standardised Approach for credit risk, which forms part of its drive to simplify requirements. Respondents to the first consultation said the...more

Comments on the Proposed Rule Regarding Credit for Lower Tier Small Business Subcontracting

Dear Ms. Fernandez: We are writing to submit comments on the above-referenced Proposed Rule, issued October 6, 2015, 80 Fed. Reg. 60,300, to amend the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (“SBA”) regulations pertaining...more

Export-Import Bank of the United States Open for New Business Again

On December 4, 2015 President Obama signed legislation reauthorizing the charter of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (“US Ex-Im Bank”) through 2019. The reauthorization is part of a 5 year, US$305 billion...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

Barclays and Wachovia Settle with NCUA - On October 19, 2015, Barclays PLC and Wachovia Capital Markets LLC agreed to pay $325 million and $53 million, respectively, to settle claims brought by the National Credit Union...more

Risk Retention and RMBS

Effective December 24, 2015, all securitizations of residential mortgage loans (RMBS), both public and private, will be subject to the Credit Risk Retention Rule (the “Rule”).[1] The Rule was promulgated on December 24, 2014,...more

Successful Strategies for Doing Business in Asia: Singapore (Updated)

1. WHAT ROLE WILL THE GOVERNMENT OF SINGAPORE PLAY IN APPROVING AND REGULATING FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT? REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT - Save for the restrictions discussed under Question 5, there is generally no...more

Second Circuit’s Madden v. Midland Decision Could Upend Secondary Credit Markets

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals’ May 22, 2015, decision in Madden v. Midland Funding, LLC held that a nonbank entity taking assignment of debts originated by a national bank is not entitled to protection under the...more

Successful Strategies for Doing Business in Asia: Malaysia (Updated)

WHAT ROLE WILL THE GOVERNMENT OF MALAYSIA PLAY IN APPROVING AND REGULATING FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT? Regulation of foreign investment in Malaysia is done both through legislation as well as governmental policies....more

Changes to Military Lending Act on the Horizon

The Department of Defense (DoD) recently published its Final Rule amending the Military Lending Act’s (MLA) implementing regulation. The MLA, passed by Congress in 2006, provides active duty service members and their...more

Advertising Law - August 2015 #3

Ad Group to FTC: Keep Right to Be Forgotten Out of U.S. - Responding to a petition filed by Consumer Watchdog with the Federal Trade Commission seeking an expansion of the “Right to Be Forgotten” to the United States,...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

5th Circuit Revives FDIC's Suit Against Goldman, Deutsche Bank, and Royal Bank of Scotland - On August 10, 2015, the Fifth Circuit revived a securities fraud suit brought by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation...more

CMBS 2.0 IN FOCUS: Liquidity Facilities – the wild child of CMBS 2.0

In the second of a series of blogs, in which we address the evolution of CMBS structural features, we will consider the most (arguably) integral form of credit enhancement for any CMBS deal, the liquidity facility....more

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