9780199291861 hardback alkaline paper 0199291861 hardback alkaline paper
A comprehensive and authoritative book written from the perspective of current banking law and practice. It pays particular attention to the needs of legal practitioners in international finance centres and, with a focus on English law, draws extensively on cases from Commonwealth jurisdictions for a comparative approach.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The regulation of deposit-taking business EU banking law The conduct of retail banking and investment business The regulation of lending business The regulation of payment services Capital adequacy, liquidity, and large exposures Money laundering legislation The market regulators UK bank mergers and business transfers Foreign bank mergers Bank rescues and financial stability in the United Kingdom Cross-border reorganization and winding up of banks Deposit protection schemes The liability of the regulator The banker-customer contract Cheques Duties of the paying bank Duties of the collecting bank Electronic funds transfers The bank as a lender Syndicated loans Trading loan assets Swaps and derivatives Bank guarantees, performance bonds, and documentary credits Sources of bank liability. Guarantees Security : characterization, formalities, and registration Types of security Charges over shares and other securities Charges over receivables Charges over bank balances Charges over real estate Charges over aircraft Charges over ships Financial collateral arrangements Lien and set-off Vitiating factors-financial assistance Transactions between companies and their directors Avoidance of security in insolvency The banker-customer contract in private international law.Cross-border financial services, consumer protection and unfair contract terms The banker's duty of confidentiality Freezing injunctions and international banks Execution proceedings and foreign deposits Liability for branch deposits and the impact of foreign law Economic sanctions Customer obligations and foreign law Islamic finance-principles and structures Islamic finance transactions in the courts Corporate and regulatory issues Harmonization and the development of the international Islamic financial markets.
K1066 .P76 2010
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press Inc.,