17 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 213 (1998)
Arbitration in Banking and Finance

handle is hein.journals/annrbfl17 and id is 217 raw text is: ARBITRATION IN BANKING AND FINANCE

ARBITRATION IN BANKING
AND FINANCE
WILLIAM W. PARK*
Introduction
I.   Enforcing Loan Agreements
A.   Treaties
B.   Lender Liability
C.   Exchange Controls
D.   Sovereign Immunity
E.   Interbank Disputes
II.  Securities
A. Broker Misbehavior
B.   Punitive Damages
C.   Time Bars
III. Selected Financial Transactions
A.   Guarantees
B.   Documentary Credits
C.   Debt Rescheduling and Public Sector Lending
IV. Drafting the Arbitration Clause
A.   General Principles
B.   The Arbitral Situs
C.   Unilateral Clauses
V.   Uncertainties in Financial Arbitration
A.   The International Monetary Fund Agreement
B.   Consumers, Employees and Informed Consent
Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law. Counsel, Ropes & Gray. Vice
President, London Court of International Arbitration.

© William W. Park, 1998.

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