Secured Transactions

The country of Liberia adopted new Collateral Registry Regulations towards the end of April 2013 that are now in effect.  This reform effort has been supported by the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group.  NatLaw has been working with Liberia as a consultant to the IFC on these Registry Regulations and others in Africa.

NatLaw and the IFC are currently collaborating with the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Commerce of Costa Rica, and other local Costa Rican offices including the Asociación Bancaria Costarricense and the Sistema de Banca para el Desarrollo, in the creation of a new secured lending framework for Costa Rica.

In September 2010 NLCIFT Director Boris Kozolchyk and Secured Transaction Project Coordinator Marek Dubovec were invited to comment by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta for their 3rd Quarter Newsletter EconSouth on the topic of secured transaction reform.

Executive Director, Founder, and President of the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade Professor Boris Kozolchyk participated in the 2nd International Seminar on Access to Credit hosted by the University Mayor in Chile.

As Mexico strives to enact successful reform for their laws governing personal property security interests, the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade (NLCIFT) is supporting and assisting their efforts by facilitating discussions between local and international stakeholders.


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