Dr Kayode Akintola

Lecturer in International Commercial Law

Research Overview

Research interests cover a range of transnational commercial law issues, including:

  • Sustainable financing of companies and the impacts of company-security law on financing structures and corporate insolvency outcomes;
  • Creation of effective secured transactions and coroporate insolvency regimes;
  • Utilisation of proprietary interests in commercial transactions;
  • Regulation of corporate behaviour through corporate control and corporate governance structures; and
  • Resolution of commercial disputes through alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, particularly international arbitration.

Liquidator's Appointment in Voluntary Winding Up: Can we validly dispense with floating charge notice?
Akintola, K. 26/06/2018 In: International Company and Commercial Law Review.
Journal article

Goode and Gullifer on Legal Problems of Credit and Security Sixth Edition
Akintola, K. 16/01/2018 In: Journal of Business Law.
Book/Film/Article review

The proposed preferential priority of prepaying consumers: a fair pack of insolvency recommendations?
Akintola, K. 2018 In: Journal of Business Law. 2018, 1, p. 1-14. 14 p.
Journal article

The prescribed part for unsecured creditors: a pithy review
Akintola, K. 5/05/2017 In: Insolvency Intelligence. 30, 4, p. 55-58. 4 p.
Journal article

What is left of the floating charge?
Akintola, K. 24/04/2015

What is left of the floating charge?: an empirical outlook
Akintola, K. 2015 In: Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law. 30, 7
Journal article