Warren, Gorham & Lamont
The world's bifurcation into debtors and creditors has created yet another class of people: those involved in resolving disputes between lenders and borrowers. To promote reliability in financial dispute resolution, credit agreements have generally provided that potential controversies will be submitted either to courts in the bank's home jurisdiction, or to courts of a major money center such as London or New York.
William W. Park,
Arbitration in Banking and Finance
Annual Review of Banking Law
Available at: https://scholarship.law.bu.edu/faculty_scholarship/1619