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International Monetary and Financial Law: The Global Crisis

Edited by: Mario Giovanoli, Diego Devos

ISBN13: 9780199588411
Published: June 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £170.00



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This new book from MOCOMILA, the Monetary Law Committee of the ILA, is a unique collaboration of the top academic and practitioner monetary and financial lawyers from around the world.

It examines current legal issues of international monetary and financial law in the light of the current global financial crisis and consequent reforms of international and domestic financial architecture.

The book deals with post-crisis financial regulation and supervision, including that of rating agencies and sovereign wealth funds, and financial crisis resolution with an analysis of bank rescue operations.

Covering matters of current interest such as central banks, international payments, money laundering, and sovereign debt, this book is for banking and financial practitioners, in-house lawyers, central banks and international financial institutions as well as academics in the field of international and financial law.

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
I. The Reform of the International Financial Architecture
1: Mario Giovanoli: The International Financial Architecture and its reform after the crisis
2: Sean Hagan: Reforming the IMF
3: Jonathan T. Fried and James A. Haley: Crisis Prevention: Lessons from Emerging Markets for Advanced Economies
4: William Blair: Standards and the Rule of Law after the Global Financial Crisis
5: James H. Freis Jr.: Promoting Integrity in Financial Markets in light of the G20 Recommendations
II. Financial Regulation and Supervision: the Crisis Test
6: Christos Gortsos: The Proposals of the Larosière Group on the Future of Financial Supervision in the European Community
7: Jean-Victor Louis: The implementation of the Larosière Report: A Progress Report
8: Klaus Peter Follak: The Basel Committee and EU Banking Regulation in the Aftermath of the Credit Crisis
9: Ernest T. Patrikis: The Reform of Financial Regulation in the United States after the Crisis
10: Cynthia C.Lichtenstein: Lessons for 21st Century Bankers: Differences between Investment and Depositary Banking
11: Sandeep Dhama, Charles Proctor and John Taylor: The Reform of Financial Regulation in the United Kingdom after the Crisis
12: Takashi Kubota: Regulation of Rating Agencies: Current and Future
13: John Taylor: Sovereign Wealth Funds and their Regulation
III. Financial Crisis Resolution and Litigation Issues
14: Thomas C. Baxter Jr. and David Gross: The Federal Reserve's Response to the Crisis - Doing Whatever it Takes within its Legal Authority
15: Rene Smits: European Supervisors in the Credit Crisis: Issues of Competence and Competition
16: Bernd Krauskopf: Legislative Measures to Support Financial Market Stability - the German Example and its European Context
17: Eva Huepkes and Diego Devos: Cross-Border Bank Resolution - a Reform Agenda
18: Luc Thevenoz: The Rescue of UBS
19: Sundaram Gopal: How Crisis Resistant is Islamic Finance?
20: Adesegun Akin-Olugbade: The Donegal Case and the African Legal Support Facility
21: Engela Schlemmer: The Enforcement of Sovereign Debt
Part IV. Money, Central Banks and Payment Obligations
22: François Gianviti: The Objectives of Central Banks
23: Manuel Monteagudo Valdez: Neutrality of Money and Central Bank Independence
24: Hideki Kanda and Kazuaki Sono: The Future of Lex Monetae
25: Antonio Sáinz de Vicuña: An Institutional Theory of Money
26: Rudolf Dolzer: Transfer of Funds: Investment Rules and their Relationship to Other International Agreements
27: Benjamin Geva: Global and Cross-Border Credit Transfers: The Role of Legislation in Addressing Legal Risk for Participants
28: Charles Proctor: Indexation and Value Clauses