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The Handbook of International Loan Documentation

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Part of the Global Financial Markets book series (GFM)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Introduction

    1. Sue Wright
      Pages 1-48
  3. Administrative Provisions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 49-49
    2. Sue Wright
      Pages 51-77
    3. Sue Wright
      Pages 78-90
    4. Sue Wright
      Pages 91-97
    5. Sue Wright
      Pages 98-105
    6. Sue Wright
      Pages 106-120
    7. Sue Wright
      Pages 121-139
  4. Guarantee, Representations, Undertakings and Events of Default

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 141-141
    2. Sue Wright
      Pages 143-151
  5. Boilerplate and Schedules

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 247-247
    2. Sue Wright
      Pages 249-270
    3. Sue Wright
      Pages 271-279
    4. Sue Wright
      Pages 280-288
    5. Sue Wright
      Pages 289-292
    6. Sue Wright
      Pages 293-314
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 315-387

About this book


This new edition provides a highly practical and comprehensive resource for bankers and lawyers, at all levels of experience, involved in international lending. The author covers the terms of international loan documentation with comprehensive explanations of the purpose of the provisions, and of areas that may require negotiation.


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About the authors

Sue Wright qualified as a solicitor in 1981, then practiced international finance at Norton Rose for 16 years, for the latter half as a partner in the international finance department. Towards the end of that time Wright started teaching public courses on international loan documentation. When she retired from the Norton Rose partnership in 1997 Wright took responsibility for training the banking lawyers at Norton Rose. In 1999 a new opportunity arose, to work for Herbert Smith, in charge of the firm's legal training. In 2007 she launched an online training website at

Since running the first loan documentation training course for Euromoney in 1995, its popularity has increased and it has become an industry standard for training junior bankers. It is also hugely popular among lawyers. From a small beginning of running two three-day courses in 1995, she now runs the course for Euromoney several times a month all over the world (Austria, Brazil, England, Hong Kong, Kenya, Russia, The Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, UAE, USA and many more) and has added additional courses to her growing portfolio.

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