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International Banking Law and Regulation 2015 1ed

Edited by: Dennis Campbell

ISBN13: 9780379012866
Previous Edition ISBN:
Published: March 2015
Publisher: West Publishing Co.
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Paperback, 2 Volumes
Price: Price on Application



An international team of recognized experts in 60 jurisdictions create a comprehensive resource on international banking law and regulation. These specialists explore:-

  • local regulatory bodies and the banking system;
  • chartering or licensing of banks within the jurisdiction;
  • regulatory and supervisory rules for banks;
  • banking reform legislation enacted to facilitate changes or restructuring;
  • international harmonization efforts towards the potential international convergence of bank supervisory standards and local recognition of international banking standards.

Easily answer these banking questions: What is the German threshold percentage for reporting substantial losses? How detailed is the application process for a bank or trust company licensed in the Cayman Islands? What are the restrictions on transfers of large sums of foreign currency in Malta? What are the permitted activities for banks in Belgium? What is the minimum capital percentage to be classified as solvent in Indonesia?

This 2-volume set completely replaces the previous looseleaf work, which was first issued by Oceana and later by Oxford University Press. A new edition is issued twice per annum. Please contact Wildy & Sons for details of the latest edition

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Banking and Finance, USA
Contents:
Volume 1

1. Argentina
2. Australia
3. Austria
4. The Bahamas
5. Belgium
6. Brazil
7. Bulgaria
8. Canada
9. Cayman Islands
10. Chile
11. China
12. Colombia
13. Costa Rica
14. Croatia
15. Cyprus
16. Czech Republic
17. Denmark
18. Egypt
19. Estonia
20. Finland
21. France
22. Germany
23. Gibraltar
24. Greece
25. Guernsey
26. Hungary
27. India
28. Indonesia
29. Iran
30. Ireland
31. Israel
32. Italy
33. Japan
34. Latvia
35. Lebanon
36. Liechtenstein
37. Lithuania
38. Luxembourg
39. Malawi;

Volume 2

40. Malaysia
41. Malta
42. Mexico
43. The Netherlands
44. New Zealand
45. Nigeria
46. Norway
47. Pakistan
48. Panama
49. Peru
50. The Philippines
51. Poland
52. Portugal
53. Romania
54. Russia
55. Scotland
56. Serbia
57. Singapore
58. Slovak Republic
59. South Africa
60. Spain
61. Sweden
62. Switzerland
63. Taiwan
64. Ukraine
65. United Arab Emirates
66. United Kingdom
67. United States
68. Venezuela
69. European Union
70. The Basle Concordat;