Category: UK Corporate Trust & Agency

UK Corporate Trust & Agency

Episode 5The View from Mayer Brown

In this podcast David Allen, Gary Silverman and Alex Wood discuss noteholders’ rights to information and highlight some legal issues and practical points for trustees receiving such requests.

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UK Corporate Trust & Agency

Episode 4The View from Mayer Brown

Gary Silverman, Stuart Pickford and Alex Wood looked at the interpretation by the English courts of words and phrases commonly found in trust deeds and agency agreements. This was an update of Episode 1 following the Supreme Court’s decision in BNY Mellon v LBG Capital which considered the use of background materials when interpreting a contract or trust deed which governs the terms on which a negotiable instrument is held.

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UK Corporate Trust & Agency

Episode 3The View from Mayer Brown

In this podcast Stuart Pickford and Jonny Cohen discuss the Supreme Court’s decision in BNY Mellon Corporate Trustee Services Limited v LBG Capital No. 1 Plc and another in which the Supreme Court gave further guidance on how far background materials should be taken into account when interpreting a contract or trust deed which governs the terms on which a negotiable instrument is held.

 

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UK Corporate Trust & Agency

Episode 1The View from Mayer Brown

Gary Silverman, Stuart Pickford and Alex Wood look at the interpretation by the English courts of words and phrases commonly found in trust deeds and agency agreements. This has been updated following the Supreme Court’s decision in BNY Mellon v LBG Capital which considered the use of background materials when interpreting a contract or trust deed which governs the terms on which a negotiable instrument is held.

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