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ISBN13: 9789041198624
ISBN: 9041198628
Published: December 0002
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: £210.00

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In the wake of the Asian financial crisis that erupted in 1997, an intense scrutiny of the principles and standards of the world's financial system was inevitable. This book presents the insight and practical proposals of 25 experts, including economists, lawyers, bankers, academics and officials from international financial institutions. The contributions offered here were originally presented at a series of conferences sponsored in 1999 and 2000 by the Asian Institute of International Financial Law of the University of Hong Kong in collaboration with leading law faculties from five continents.;The issues confronted in this book include the following: reform of domestic securities regulation; investment insurance and risk management; the role of pension funds; accounting standards; financing real estate and construction projects; global competitiveness in the financial sector; responsibility of private lenders; effective anti-money laundering measures; protection of emerging market economies; corporate governance; and institutional investors.

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Preface; J.J. Norton. Foreword; Y.C. Cheng. Sponsoring Organisations. List of Contributors. I: New Architecture: International Financial Standard Setting.
1. The New International Architecture: Is There a Workable Solution? A. Sheng.
2. The New International Financial Architecture and Global Banking Institutions; J.J. Norton.
3. Ongoing Challenges for Setting and Establishing International Banking Standards; G. Pickering.
4. Legal Reform and the Importance of Robust Securities Markets; M. Steinberg.
5. The Capital Adequacy of Insurance: Reviewing the Current Global Standards; Jan-juy Lin.
6. The Role of Pension Funds in the Stabilisation of the Domestic Financial Sector; M. Queisser.
7. Financial Conglomerates: European Responses to Internationalisation and Multifunctionalism; A.T.R. Gardner.
8. International Financial Insolvencies; P. Smart.
9. Internationalisation of Accounting Standards; M.I. Steinberg, D.W. Arner, C.D. Olive.
10. International Financial Crises and the Financial Stability Forum; G. Walker. II: Domestic Implementation of International Financial Standards.
11. The New Financial Architecture and Its Implications for Hong Kong; Y.C. Jao.
12. A Comment on the Basic Law as the Constitutional Foundation of Hong Kong's Economic Future; A.H.Y. Chen.
13. Restoring Social Equity, Financial Stability and Global Competitiveness to the HKSAR: A Reform of the Property Tax System; B. Hsu.
14. Implementation of International Standards: Some Observations from China; R.W.S. Wu.
15. Application of International Financial Standards to China's Bank Management; Zhongfei Zhou.
16. Structuring a Modern Capital Market: The Swiss Example; R.H. Weber.
17. Global Importance of Financial Sector Reform in Japan; H. Kanda. III: Crisis, Corruption, and Corporate Governance.
18. Using Money Laundering Control to Fight Corruption: An Extraterritorial Instrument; H. Shams.
19. Combating Money Laundering: The South African Solution; A. Itzikowitz.
20. Private Lenders' Responsibilities in Times of Crisis; Sungsoo Koh.
21. The New Financial Architecture and Effective Corporate Governance; J.H. Farrar.
22. Institutional Investors, Corporate Governance and the New International Financial Architecture; I. Ramsay, G. Stapledon.
23. Corporate Governance: The Role of Shareholders in Hong Kong; Say Goo.