|Book||Banking Litigation 3rd Ed||25/11/2011||9780414042346||$401.01|
This authoritative work guides practitioners through the wide range of issues relevant to banking litigation. It covers all the major areas of potential conflict, from disputes with domestic customers to those arising from global custodianship and international banking. Detailed procedural advice is given alongside more strategic considerations, helping practitioners respond effectively at all stages of a dispute.
Fully updated, the book takes account of the Banking Act 2009 and the tighter regulatory environment following the credit crunch. It deals with domestic and international banking litigation, looking at conflict of laws issues and advising on strategy. The work shows how to identify potentially litigious situations and take preventative measures to avoid litigation in the first place.
New for this edition
- Section on multiple claims faced by banks (including Bank Charges case and PPI misselling)
- Outside interference with bank accounts due to money laundering regime and anti-terrorist legislation
- Further developments under the Financial Services regimes.
Deposit-Taking Liability; Difficulties/ Disputes Between Banks and Customers; Security Issues; Issues Arising from Syndicated Lending; Issues in Global Custodianship; Issues in International Banking; Electronic Banking; Disclosure Issues; Financial Services and Investment Advice; Potential Liabilities under Legislation and Regulations; Investment Management.
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