The Law of Investor Protection

Front Cover
Sweet & Maxwell, Jan 1, 2003 - Financial services industry - 657 pages
0 Reviews
This work offers coverage of the law (legislation and case) which protects investors and regulates all those involved in the investment history, drawing together all aspects of the investor protection field.
  

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Table of Cases
xxii
A Company Re 1985 B C L C 333 33006
xxiii
Table of Statutes
xliii
Table of Statutory Instruments
lix
Table of Rules of the Supreme Court Ixv
lxv
Investor Protection in Context
3
An Overview
13
R The Times November 4 1994 PC 12053
22
Compensation and Complaints
345
Criminal or Civil Penalty
371
Public Interest Disclosure Act
385
International Mutual Assistance
399
Theft Act Offences
411
Fraudulent Trading
433
Companies Act Offences
447
Directors Disqualification
469

Binder Hamlyn unreported December 6 1995 32025
31
The Professions
73
Banks and Building Societies
81
Exchanges and Clearing Houses
113
Collective Investment Schemes
137
The Panel on Takeovers and Mergers
161
Insurance
187
Mortgages
207
Pensions
219
Distance and ESelling
245
Marketing and Financial Promotion
271
Insider Dealing and Market Manipulation
287
Enforcement
325
Money Laundering
489
Investor Protection in Company Law
507
Investor Protection in Trust Law
535
Investor Protection at Common Law
551
Liability for Negligent Misstatement
561
Al Nakib Investments Jersey Ltd v Longcroft 1990 1 W L R 1390
571
Parties to a Civil Action
575
Preemptive Civil Remedies
583
The Future
603
The Companies Act 1985 Sch 24 as amended
611
Allied Arab Bank v Hajjar 1988 Q B 787 1988 2 W L R 942 1987 3
617
Index
639
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

About the author (2003)

Jonathan Fisher is a barrister at 18 Red Lion Court, London, practising in all types of cases involving fraud, tax evasion, money laundering, mutual legal assistance, and the regulation of financial services. Alongside his practice, he is also instructed by several Government departments, including
the Serious Fraud Office and HM Customs & Excise.

Bibliographic information