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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.
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.
The book discusses the legal mechanisms available in the EU and the United States to deal with banks and other financial institutions that are in financial distress. It analyses the impact of the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive looking at implementation in the UK and Germany, and uses US law...
Written with policy makers and practitioners in mind, this assessment of financial regulation in Europe highlights the conflicting priorities and complicated decisions involved in developing and implementing a new architecture in response to the recent financial crisis.
This is a comprehensive and highly practical guide to the rules and regulations that govern the financial services industry. Designed to be used on a day-in day-out basis, this new edition covers the requirements and legal responsibilities imposed upon the financial services industry by all regulatory bodies.
Next Generation Finance: Adapting the financial services industry to changes in technology, regulation and consumer behaviour
If any good has come out of the 2007-2009 financial crisis it must be the realisation that financial services will never be the same again. This book offers a collection of articles by experts across the spectrum of the finance industry.
Disorganized Crimes: Why Corporate Governance and Government Intervention Failed, and What We Can Do About It
Corporate misgovernance and the failure of government regulation have led to major financial fiascos. 'Disorganized crimes' are disruptive and costly. Munk links the two major eras of corporate misgovernance during the last decade to explain how these events occur and what can be done to prevent them from re-occurring.
The globalisation of financial markets has attracted much academic and policymaking commentary in recent years, especially with the growing number of banking and financial crises and the current credit crisis that has threatened the stability of the global financial system.
Mastering Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing: A compliance guide for practitioners
By Tim Parkman
This book offers best practice advice on how to meet anti-money laundering AML regulations and will help you put together an effective framework to meet your legal obligations. It includes a comprehensive selection of example documents, checklists and an unrivalled collection of training materials.
By Iain MacNeil
The world of financial investment has experienced an unprecedented boom followed by a spectacular bust. Significant changes have been proposed and in some cases implemented in areas such as the structure of regulation, the organisation of markets and the protection of consumers. The new edition of this book takes account...