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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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The Law and Regulation of International Finance: Student Edition

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ISBN13: 9781845923921
ISBN: 1845923928
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406984115
Published: October 1991
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £40.00



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Contrary to lots of false information out there, this is the only edition in print. There have been no subsequent editions.

This student edition of Ravi Tennekoon’s highly acclaimed text provides a straightforward and accessible reference work for LLM graduate students and those studying international and corporate finance.

An undisputed authoritative text on the law governing money market activity, this book covers in depth the legal aspects of the principal financial and loan instruments of international finance in particular syndicated loans arid eurobonds, along with the euro commercial paper market.

Analysis of each transaction is divided into three sections: first, the book examines the financial structure and nature of a specific transaction along with the procedures required to set up the transaction; secondly, the legal framework used to operate the transaction is examined; and thirdly, the regulatory aspects of the transaction are clearly explained.

With the major issues plainly illustrated by relevant case law and supported by an extensive table of cases and both UK and US statutes, this unique student text provides a blend of both the practical anti theoretical aspects of its subject ensuring the student gains a valuable insight into a complex area of the law.