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The Law Relating to International Banking Second Edition addresses the key legal issues associated with international banking and capital markets. Covering choice of law, jurisdiction, sovereign risk, contractual remedies, exchange controls and legal opinions, this new edition provides a detailed analysis of the legal issues relating to the lending of...
This book assembles the world's most authoritative specialists for a comparative analysis of the enforcement of corporate and securities laws in thirteen national jurisdictions. It examines the enforcement of corporate and securities laws across the globe and across different legal and political systems from an in-depth comparative perspective.
This book discusses the political economy and legal origins of financial nationalism and explains why regulation is necessary to contain systemic risk. The author also examines the critical role of international law in maintaining global financial stability, making this essential reading for scholars and practitioners in international law and finance.
In this book, top legal and financial scholars propose bold new solutions to international financial regulation in the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis. Their call for innovative reform will be of primary interest to regulatory and banking legal practitioners, policy makers, scholars, research students and think tanks.
By Iain Ramsay
Since 1979 the world has witnessed a remarkable cycle of personal insolvency law reform. Changes in capitalist economies, financial crises and political interest groups all contributed to this cycle of reform. This book examines the role of interest groups and distinct narratives in shaping reform in different countries while drawing...
An invaluable practitioner guide to the contemporary European banking insolvency regime, with detailed commentary on the BRRD and SRMR.
James M Landis is known for his seminal contribution to the creation of the modern system of market regulation in the USA. This book explains for the first time how and why, shortly before his early death, Landis abandoned his theory of market regulation.