Law and practice of international finance series.
Formatted Contents Note
Role of financial law Key map of jurisdictions Legal families of the world's jurisdictions American common law jurisdictions English common law jurisdictions Napoleonic jurisdictions Roman-Germanic jurisdictions Mixed civil/common law jurisdictions Islamic jurisdictions New jurisdictions Unallocated jurisdictions Five key indicators of financial law Other specific indicators of financial law Corporate law criteria General criteria Insolvency set-off and netting Free transferability of contracts and publicity for asset transfers Security interests Trusts in financial law Insolvency Regulation of international finance Conflict of laws and litigation Harmonisation of financial law And finally.
Previous ed. 2005.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-246).