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Secured Transactions Systems and Collateral Registries Toolkit

Secured Transactions Systems and Collateral Registries Toolkit

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The Secured Transactions Systems and Collateral Registries Toolkit provides technical advice and guidance to World Bank Group staff, donor institutions, government officials and other practitioners on the implementation of secured transactions law and institutional reforms in emerging market countries. The content of the Toolkit guides the reader through the various stages of the project cycle (identification, diagnostic, solution design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation) involved in the introduction of secured transactions reforms.
The recommendations presented in the Toolkit are based on the experience of the International Finance Corproation (IFC) in the secured transactions area, the contributions of a number of experts in this field, existing literature, and reform experience in a number of emerging market countries and the existing best practices in jurisdictions with advanced secured transactions systems. The Toolkit addresses the most important elements of reform.
The Secured Transactions Systems and Collateral Registries Toolkit provides technical advice and guidance to World Bank Group staff, donor institutions, government officials and other practitioners on the implementation of secured transactions law and institutional reforms in emerging market countries. The content of the Toolkit guides the reader through the various stages of the project cycle (identification, diagnostic, solution design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation) involved in the introduction of secured transactions reforms.
The recommendations presented in the Toolkit are based on the experience of the International Finance Corproation (IFC) in the secured transactions area, the contributions of a number of experts in this field, existing literature, and reform experience in a number of emerging market countries and the existing best practices in jurisdictions with advanced secured transactions systems. The Toolkit addresses the most important elements of reform.

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SECURED TRANSACTIONS SYSTEMSAND COLLATERAL REGISTRIES
January  2010
Investment Climate Advisory Services I World Bank Group
With funding from FIAS, the multi-donor investment climate advisory servicein partnership with
2010
 
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SECURED TRANSACTIONS SYSTEMS AND COLLATERAL REGISTRIES I jANUARY 2010
© 2010 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION2121 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20433All rights reservedManuactured in the United States o AmericaFirst Printing: January 2010This inormation, while based on sources that IFC considers reliable, is not guaranteed as to accuracy and does not purport to be complete.This inormation shall not be construed, implicitly or explicitly, as containing any investment recommendations and, accordingly, IFC is not registeredunder the U.S. Investment Advisers Act o 1940. This inormation does not constitute an oer o or on behal o IFC to purchase or sell any o theenterprises mentioned, nor should it be considered as investment advice.The denominations and geographical names in this publication are used solely or the convenience o the reader and do not imply the expression oany opinion whatsoever on the part o IFC, the World Bank, or other aliates concerning the legal status o any country, territory, city, area, or itsauthorities, or concerning the delimitation o its boundaries or national aliation.The ndings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this work are those o the authors and do not necessarily refect the views o the Boardo Executive Directors o the World Bank or the governments o the countries that they represent. The inormation in this work is not intended to serveas legal advice. The World Bank Group does not guarantee the accuracy o the data included in this work and accepts no responsibility or anyconsequences o the use o such data.
Rights and Permissions
The material in this publication is copyrighted. Copying and/or transmitting portions or all o this work without permission may be a violation oapplicable law. The International Finance Corporation encourages dissemination o its work and will normally grant permission to reproduce portionso the work promptly.For permission to photocopy or reprint any part o this work, please send a request with complete inormation to the Copyright Clearance Center Inc.,222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923, USA; telephone: 978-750-8400; ax: 978-750-4470; Internet: www.copyright.com.
About the Investment Climate Advisory Services o the World Bank Group
The Investment Climate Advisory Services o the World Bank Group helps governments implement reorms to improve their business environment, andencourage and retain investment, thus ostering competitive markets, growth and job creation. Funding is provided by the World Bank Group (IFC,MIGA, and the World Bank) and over teen donor partners working through the multi-donor FIAS platorm.The pictures on the cover were taken by (rom let to right) Dominic Sansoni (World Bank), Yose Hadar (World Bank pictures 2 and 5), CurtCarnemark  (World Bank), Shehzad Noorani (World Bank), and Eric Miller (World Bank).
 
2Acknowledgments
The publication o this book was made possible due to the generous support o: The State Secretariat or EconomicAairs o the Government o Switzerland (SECO) and the Government o the Netherlands under the Partnership Program(NIPP) between the Netherlands Ministry or Development Cooperation and the International Finance Corporation.The preparation o this Toolkit was led by Alejandro Alvarez de la Campa, rom the World Bank Group. The contento the book was developed jointly with Everett T. Wohlers (World Bank), Yair Baranes (World Bank) and Sevi Simavi,International Finance Corporation (IFC). The authors are indebted to the ollowing individuals or their excellentsuggestions and thoughtul contributions to improve the content o the Toolkit:Spiros V. Bazinas, UNCITRALNicholas Budd, World BankMargarete O. Biallas, IFCDobromir Christow, World BankSantiago Croci, World BankRonald C. C. Cuming, University o SaskatchewanFrederique Dahan, EBRDAlejandro Garro, Columbia UniversityNuma de Magalhaes, World BankMargaret Miller, World BankHung Ngovandan, IFCRaha Shahid-Saless, World BankPeter D. Sheerin, IFCMurat Sultanov, IFCMahesh Uttamchandani, World BankJohn Wille, World BankThis book was edited by the internal editing services o the World Bank Group (GSDTI). Corporate Visions was incharge o the production.

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