Banking Law

Series
Longman
Author
A Arora  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
768
Pub.-date
July 2014
ISBN13
9781408297841
ISBN
1408297841
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Description

Exploring all aspects of domestic, European and international laws and regulation, Banking Law is essential reading for students and practitioners alike. From examining the academic debates, policy considerations and practical influences underpinning the regulations, this text offers you a truly socio-economic and contextual approach to a subject which impacts on the daily lives of people worldwide.

Features

Core Features:

  • Highlights how banking law works in practice by analysing high-profile cases including the Northern Rock collapse and the effect of unregulated traders amongst many others
  • Includes extracts from key legislation and cases that you’ll need to be aware of during your studies
  • Helps you explore the subject further with annotated further reading.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - What is money?

Chapter 2 - The role of the City of London as a financial centre and the international financial institutions

Chapter 3 - The corporate governance failings in financial institutions and directors legal liability

Chapter 4 - UK response to the credit crisis

Chapter 5 - Bank regulation and supervision

Chapter 6 - The banker and customer relationship and the unfair terms in banking contracts

Chapter 7 - Duties arising under the banker and customer relationship

Chapter 8 - The bank as the fiduciary

Chapter 9 - The nature of the overdrawn account and the bank’s self-help remedies

Chapter 10 - Bills of exchange

Chapter 11 - Cheques as negotiable instruments

Chapter 12 - Third party rights: wrongful dealings and liability

Chapter 13 - Money laundering

Chapter 14 - Nature and type of electronic funds transfers systems

Chapter 15 - Plastic money

Chapter 16 - Overdrafts and bank loans

Chapter 17 - Recovery of money paid by mistake

Chapter 18 - Securities for bank borrowing

Back Cover

This is going to be an excellent addition to the banking law textbook market.’ Clare Chambers-Jones, University of the West of England

 

‘Accessible though rigorous, setting out the black letter law in a social, political and economic context.’ Richard Alexander, SOAS, University of London

 

‘This book is concise and covers the relevant topics which are normally prescribed in an LLB module.  It is focussed on theory and the relevant case law and serves the purpose of a good textbook without daunting detail. I shall recommend it as essential reading.’ M. Shabir Korotana, Brunel University

 

 

Exploring all aspects of domestic, European and international laws and regulation, Banking Law is essential reading for students and practitioners alike. From examining the academic debates, policy considerations and practical influences underpinning the regulations, this text offers you a truly socio-economic and contextual approach to a subject which impacts on the daily lives of people worldwide.

 

Written by a leading academic in the field, this text looks to explore this constantly evolving subject in depth, following the developments since the 2007 financial crisis. This contemporary textbook:

- highlights how banking law works in practice by analysing high-profile cases including the Northern Rock collapse and the effect of unregulated traders amongst many others

- includes extracts from key legislation and cases that you’ll need to be aware of during your studies

- helps you explore the subject further with annotated further reading

 

About the author

Anu Arora is a Professor at the University of Liverpool. She has written extensively in the area of banking law and is widely published in a range of academic journals, with research typically focusing on banking regulation, the bank/customer relationship, commercial letters of credit and some aspects of company law. In addition, she is the author of Corporate Banking Law, published by the Institute of Financial Services, and the banking law subject area editor for the Journal of Business Law.

 

 

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Author

Anu Arora is a Professor at the University of Liverpool. She has written extensively in the area of banking law and is widely published in a range of academic journals, with research typically focusing on banking regulation, the bank/customer relationship, commercial letters of credit and some aspects of company law. In addition, she is the author of ‘Corporate banking law’, published by the Institute of Financial Services and the banking law subject area editor for the Journal of Business Law.