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Scott and Gelpern's International Finance: Transactions, Policy, and Regulation 20th ed


ISBN13: 9781609303167
Published: August 2014
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £235.00



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This casebook provides comprehensive coverage of international finance. Part One deals with the international aspects of banking and capital markets in major financial markets, and covers the 2008 financial crisis and the 2010 Eurozone crisis.

Part Two deals with the infrastructure of financial markets, such as clearing and settlement, capital requirements and foreign exchange regimes. Part Three deals with major instruments, such as securitization and OTC derivatives.

Part Four covers emerging markets with emphasis on China. Part Five covers controlling the financing of terrorism. The book has been updated through June 2014 to cover major developments since the 2012 edition.

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Introduction

PART I: INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF MAJOR DOMESTIC MARKETS
International Aspects of US Capital Markets
International Aspects of US Banking Markets
The European Union:The Single Market in Financial Services
Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union
Japanese Financial Markets

PART II: INFRASTRUCTURE OF FINANCIAL MARKETS
Capital Adequacy
Foreign Exchange Regimes
The Payment System
Clearance and Settlement

PART III: INSTRUMENTS AND OFFSHORE MARKETS
Euromarkets
Asset Securitisation and the Financial Crisis
Stock Market Competition
Futures and Options
Swaps
Mutual and Hedge Funds

PART IV: EMERGING MARKETS
Project Finance
Emerging Market Debt
Chinese Financial Markets

PART V: FIGHTING TERRORISM
Controlling the Financing of and Insuring Against Terrorism