Financial Stability

How new UK national security laws could influence bank lending

By James Busby, Paul Hill
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Here we look at the potential concerns the legislation could have for lenders and the impact it may have on documenting secured funding agreements.

The National Security and Investment Act (NSIA) enables the UK government to scrutinise ‘acquisitions’ of certain entities or assets. If the government deems a transaction gives ...

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