Professor Andrew Haynes
The Law Relating to International Banking addresses the key legal issues involved in international banking and capital markets.
This title helps the reader to examine term loans, syndicated lending, debt transfers, bond issues, securitisation, derivatives and standby letters of credit.
Increasing expertise and safeguarding contracts
While looking at these complex areas The Law Relating to International Banking assists the readers in exploring remedies, exchange controls, legal opinions and sovereign risk. Crucially, it explains how to determine the forum and jurisdiction that should apply to a transaction.
All of this invaluable guidance shows the readers how to safeguard their contracts. As such it enables those involved in international banking to successfully navigate their way through each stage of a transaction.
Essential reading for lawyers and bankers and a unique guide for students
The Law Relating to International Banking is therefore essential reading for lawyers, bankers, financial specialists and accountants, as well as academics and postgraduate students.
Furthermore, this is the only title available for newly qualified solicitors and current post-graduate students who wish to understand international banking legislation, rather than transaction-based banking regulation.
Other benefits include:
• Its focus on international banking law, rather than peripheral subjects, such as project finance. Therefore answers to the reader’s questions are easy to locate
• A clear approach to a range of complex subjects in the fast developing context of modern international banking
• The up to date content following the fall out from recent banking crisis
Professor Andrew Haynes is a leading authority on the law relating to banking and financial services regulation. After a career at Deloitte’s and two leading law firms he entered academia and has since written widely on these subject areas and advised governments and banking regulators in a number of countries.
Format: Paperback ISBN: 978 1 84766 679 6 Price: £95 VAT Free Pub date: September 2010