Haynes and Boone, LLP lawyers Ellen McGinnis, Richard Anigian, Emma Russell, Emily Fuller, and Deborah Low contributed to Global Legal Insights’ “Fund Finance 2022,” produced in partnership with the Fund Finance Association (FFA).
This sixth edition of the book covers legal trends and developments in the greater fund finance markets and gives law firms, financial institutions, funds and investors comprehensive insight into 18 global jurisdictions. Haynes Boone lawyers authored two Expert Analysis Chapters in the book:
McGinnis, partner and co-chair of the firm’s Fund Finance Practice Group, teamed with Anigian, partner and past chair of the firms’ Litigation Department, to author a chapter titled “Analysis of Lender Remedies Under U.S. Law in Subscription-Secured Credit Facilities.” The chapter suggests lenders must have a sound understanding of their legal rights for enforcing remedies against a borrower and its limited partners under a subscription-secured credit facility in order to assess risk, price the risk, and properly document the facility.
Russell, partner and head of the Finance Practice Group in the London office, teamed with Fuller to author a chapter titled “10 Comparing the European, U.S. and Asian Fund Finance Markets,” which considers the differences between the European, U.S. and Asian approach to fund finance, both from a high-level market perspective and the contrasting nuances of transactions. Low, a partner in Haynes Boone’s New York office, contributed to the chapter along with Ben Griffiths of MUFG Investor Services.
The entire book can be viewed here.
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