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Financial Services and Markets Act: A Practical Legal Guide 2nd ed isbn 9780421892705

The Financial Services and Markets Act: A Practical Legal Guide

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ISBN13: 9780421679900
ISBN: 0421679905
New Edition ISBN: 0421892706
Published: November 2001
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This book provides the reader with an overview of the new Financial Services and Markets Act - which will bing the whole financial services industry under the control of a single regulator, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) - and the principal statutory instruments made under it.

The work places the statutory provisions in their practical context, providing informative commentary and a general overview of the new law and its practical consequences. It also summarises the relevant changes in the regulatory regime, and highlights the new powers of the FSA.

* A concise, clear overview of the practical impact of the reforms
* Covers all aspects of financial services
* Written by a specialist team in each of the areas covered
* Includes useful tables of cases, statutes and SIs and European legislation.

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Banking and Finance
Background to UK regulation.; Introduction to the FSMA and the Financial Services Authority.; Regulated activities and the ''general prohibition''. ;Authorisation and ''permission''.; Approved persons. ;Financial promotion.; The official listing of securities.; Market abuse. ;Rules, competition and polarisation.; FSA's Handbook: Conduct of Business. ;Controllers and control of business transfers.; Collective investment schemes.; Enforcement. ;Regulation of the market infrastructure: investment exchanges and clearing houses. ;Regulation of Lloyd's. ;Mutual societies. ;What next for financial services?; looking to the future.; Appendices.