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The future for the global securities market : legal and regulatory aspects

Author: Fidelis Oditah; Norton Rose M5 Group.
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1996.
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This book consists of the proceedings of the most recent Oxford Law Colloquium which was concerned with the global regulation of the securities market. It is particularly topical in the light of recent regulatory failures in financial markets, notably the collapse of Barings Bank. The contributors to this volume, experienced lawyers and economists from the USA and the UK, have produced essays which review and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fidelis Oditah; Norton Rose M5 Group.
ISBN: 0198262191 9780198262190
OCLC Number: 33948999
Notes: "The papers contained in this book were originally prepared for presentation at a Colloquium in Oxford in September 1995 organized by the Norton Rose M5 Group"--Foreword.
Includes index.
Description: xxiv, 287 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Table of E. C. Directives --
1. The Development of a Global Securities Market / Bernard Asher --
2. Legal Aspects of a Global Securities Market / Simon Sackman and Margaret Coltman --
3. Cross-Border Marketing / Calin Rovinescu and Gilles Thieffry --
4. The Law Applicable to Securities Transactions: Choice of Law Issues / Hans van Houtte --
5. Selected Issues in Securitisation / Fidelis Oditah --
6. Financing Projects through the Capital Markets - a South East Asia Perspective / Jeffery Barratt --
7. The Nature and Transfer of Rights in Dematerialised and Immobilised Securities / Roy Goode --
8. The Practical Elements of Settlement and Custody / Fiona Christie and Herdeep Dosanjh --
9. Why Regulate Financial Services? / Chris Ford and John Kay --
10. Concepts of Regulation - The US Model / Edward F. Greene, Daniel Braverman and Jennifer M. Schneck --
11. Approaches to Market Regulation - The United Kingdom / Michael J. Perry.
Responsibility: edited by Fidelis Oditah.
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