Selected Security Interests in the United States
Most medium and long-term loans are no longer secured by sovereign or governmental guarantees. As a result, lenders must seek security elsewhere. An investor-friendly climate requires a sound legal framework for lenders to effect and enforce secured transactions.
This work collects papers from experts in the field on various aspects of cross-border secured transactions, an issue of increasing import in the development of emerging financial markets and transitional market economies.
Emerging Financial Markets and Secured Transactions
Peter Winship, Selected Security Interests in the United States in Emerging Financial Markets and Secured Transactions (Joseph J. Norton & Mads Andenas eds.) (1998)