Paget's Law of Banking 14th edition

Paget's Law of Banking 14th edition
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Product Id:
ukprod9781405763424PLB14
Product Code:
PLB14
ISBN/ISSN:
9781405763424
Publication Date:
11/09/2014
Format:
Print
Price:
465.00
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Paget’s Law of Banking has established itself as the leading practitioner text on banking law, combining meticulous accuracy and depth with a clear approach to this complex area.

The 14th edition has a new author team from leading banking law chambers 3 Verulam Buildings, led by general editors Ali Malek QC and John Odgers QC. They have completely restructured the book as well as updated it to ensure that it is as close as possible to current practice.

Key updates to Paget’s Law of Banking 14th edition:

  • The amendment of the regulatory regime by the Financial Services Act 2012 and the creation of the FCA and PRA
  • Changes in the fields of payment services, data protection and money laundering driven by European law
  • New chapters on bank regulation, money laundering, data protection, consumer credit, payment services, advising on financial products and retail derivatives
  • A new section on bank lending, centred around extensive new material on hierarchies of lending and on the syndication of loans
  • Existing chapters have been reviewed for relevance and ease of use and updated to reflect recent case law in fields such as guarantees, insolvency and documentary credits

 


General Editors: Ali Malek QC and John Odgers QC, 3VB

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