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For international financiers and corporate borrowers, taking or granting security in Asia Pacific requires a specialised and customised approach for each jurisdiction.
Whilst there are many similarities between some jurisdictions, there are surprisingly wide variations within the region. Many countries have reformed or are reforming security legislation in an effort to improve and simplify the process of advancing loans and taking security.
To help our clients structure cross-border financing transactions, we have produced ‘Banking security in Asia Pacific’ as part of our NRF Institute. The guide compares banking and security laws in 16 jurisdictions within the region.
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