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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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EC Banking Law 2nd ed

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Marc DassesseProfessor, Free University of Brussels, Belgium, Stuart IssacsCantab, Graham Pennvisiting Professor, University College, London

ISBN13: 9781850442073
ISBN: 185044207X
Published: July 1992
Publisher: Informa Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This book describes all aspects of the application of Community law to the banking sector. The section on Freedom of Establishment and Freedom to Provide Services has been expanded to take full account of the Second EC Banking Directive. The material on the supervision of Credit Institutions has been revised and now forms a new chapter which includes discussion of the Bank Accounts Directive and the new capital adequacy regime under which banks will operate as a consequence of the implementation of the Own Funds Directive and the Solvency Ratio Directive. The book's discussion of the EC Rules on competition now clearly defines their specific impact on banking operations.

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Banking and Finance
National legislation; table of cases; freedom of establishment and freedom to provide services; the supervision of credit institutions under EC law; banking secrecy under EC law; the freedom of movement of capital and current payments; the EC rules on competition and their impact on banking operations; consumer protection in the field of financial services; the position of non-EC banks and thier subsidiaries under EC Law; future developments.