This incisive book is an accessible guide to the laws and policies relating to economic and monetary union (EMU). Providing a rich, multidisciplinary analysis, it combines historical, legal and economic perspectives to offer a detailed understanding of how EMU has developed since its inception and how it works in practice today. This book will be a valuable reference for those teaching and studying advanced courses on EU law, as well as courses that cover the economic history of EU integration.
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Edited by Chiara Zilioli and Karl-Philipp Wojcik
This is the first book to offer a profound, practical analysis of the framework for the judicial and pre-judicial protection of rights under the supranational banking supervision and resolution powers in the European Banking Union (EBU). It is also unique in its in-depth commentary on the developing case law from the European Court of Justice in this new field of EU litigation.
The 'Good Steward' in US and UK Law and Practice
Patrick J. O’Malley
This discerning book examines good governance developments concerning anti-bribery efforts in the US and the UK, recognising that with each new major case of corporate malfeasance the parameters of directors’ duties change and expand. Taking this expansion of roles and expectations into account, and acknowledging the respective increase in exposure to civil, criminal and reputational liabilities, Patrick J. O’Malley compares the fundamental national compliance experiences of the US and UK. Investigating anti-bribery, corporate and securities law and guidance, this engaging book explores systemic expectations of directors, executive officers and compliance personnel in public and private companies.
Implications of the Financial Crisis
Edited by Jodi Gardner, Mia Gray and Katharina Moser
This book explores the complex interactions between debt and austerity, analysing the social, economic, and legal implications of governments’ responses to the 2008 financial crisis.
Edited by Olha O. Cherednychenko and Mads Andenas
This insightful book provides a comprehensive analysis of the interplay between EU financial regulation and civil liability. It explores this interrelationship in order to determine whether a coordinated approach has been adopted.
Dealing with the Problem of PEPs
This insightful book critically explores the political, constitutional, legal, and economic challenges of effectively combating the laundering of the proceeds of crime by politically exposed persons (PEPs) in Africa.
Edited by Douglas W. Arner, Wai Yee Wan, Andrew Godwin, Wei Shen and Evan Gibson
This comprehensive Research Handbook provides an in-depth analysis of the different financial law approaches, legal systems and trends throughout Asia. It considers how reforms following the crises have been critical for the development and growth of the region and explores a broad range of post-crisis financial regulatory issues. This timely book also examines how inconsistent and divergent approaches to financial market regulation are curtailing the region’s potential.
Mohd M. Billah, Ezzedine GhlamAllah and Christos Alexakis
The model of Islamic insurance policy is based on the principles of mutual cooperation, brotherhood and solidarity. This timely volume contradicts the widely-held belief that insurance policies oppose the teachings of Islam, exploring ways in which it coheres with Shari’ah law. The book explores Takaful, an insurance paradigm that is in accordance with Islamic principles and suits the needs of modern Islamic economies and communities.
Edited by Federico Fabbrini and Marco Ventoruzzo
This comprehensive Research Handbook analyses and explains the EU’s complex system of economic governance from a legal point of view and looks ahead to the challenges it faces and how these can be resolved. Bringing together contributions from leading academics and top lawyers from EU institutions, this Research Handbook is the first to cover all aspects of the Eurozone’s legal ecosystem, and offers an up-to-date and in depth assessment of the norms and procedures that underpin the EU’s economic, monetary, banking, and capital markets unions.
Law and Regulation
FinTech has developed rapidly in recent years, and with these developments new challenges arise, particularly for regulators: how do you apply current law to these ever-changing concepts in a world of continual technological advancement?