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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Goode on Commercial Law

Edited by: Ewan McKendrick
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Financial Services Regulation in the Middle East 2nd Edition

Edited by: Tim Ross

ISBN13: 9780199532827
Previous Edition ISBN: 1904501176
Published: October 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £252.50

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This book outlines the financial services regulatory framework in 11 countries in the Middle East. Contributors from leading commercial law firms across the region provide a clear explanation of the relevant regulatory bodies and their powers, with consideration of the effects of each jurisdiction's national legislation.

This title is supported by two companion volumes covering Europe and Asia Pacific. The series describes the principle regulatory authorities that oversee the banking, insurance and securities activities within each country. A highly practical Questions and Answers section highlights the key issues of practical importance: What enforcement powers do the relevant authorities in each country have? What scope is there for foreign entities to conduct banking, insurance, securities activities and fund marketing activities in or into each country? What is the authorisation and registration process in each jurisdiction? Supporting commentary examines the nature and scope of the current regulation and prospective market developments.

The complete three volume series covers over 60 countries and is an essential reference point for those needing a practical insight into international financial services regulation and the regimes operating within jurisdictions other than their own.

Other Jurisdictions , Banking and Finance, Middle East
1. Arab Republic of Egypt
2. Bahrain
3. Israel
4. Jordan
5. Kuwait
6. Lebanon
7. Qatar
8. Oman
9. Saudi Arabia
10. Syrian Arab Republic
11. United Arab Emirates