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Transferability in syndicated lending

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In this article, Martin Hughes identifies transferability as one of the defining characteristics of a contemporary syndicated loan agreement and explains why it was needed by reference to what he regards as the other defining characteristics of a syndicated loan and their effectiveness - or lack of it - in the embryonic secondary loan market of the 1970s. He then analyses the legal principles underlying transferability and the thought processes that led to its development. After taking a brief look at the mechanics of a loan transfer he concludes by identifying two important issues in transferability.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2007

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