Benjamin Geva, Professor of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (Toronto), Sagi Peari, Lecturer and Researcher, University of Western Australia Benjamin Geva is Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He specializes and teaches in the areas of commercial, financial, and banking law, and has published extensively on these topics, including in leading legal journals and Bank Collections and Payment Transactions (Oxford University Press, 2001). Under the IMF technical assistance program, he has advised and drafted key financial sector and payment systems legislation for the authorities of several countries, and he is also a member of MOCOMILA. Sagi Peari is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) and the Director of the Business Law Major at the University of Western Australia Law School where he teaches private law, commercial law and their cross-border dimensions. He has published extensively on these topics, including articles in leading legal journals and a monograph, The Foundation of Choice-of-Law: Choice & Equality (Oxford University Press, 2018).