Banking Supervision & Systemic Bank Restructuring

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 22, 2000 - Law - 166 pages
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This book breathes new life in the legal spheres of banking supervision and systemic bank restructuring, addressing contemporary legal issues in these fields. It also provides a novel study on the jurisprudence of banking. The book contains comprehensive coverage of developments in countries such as the UK (including European Union practices), Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Russia, Germany, New Zealand, Australia, Latvia, Estonia, Bulgaria, Thailand, the Philippines, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Canada, the USA, Italy, Zambia, and some Latin and South American states. The book notes that in the commercially sophisticated world in which banks increasingly find themselves, the multi-faceted nature of banking business raises a number of complex issues.

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Before joining the World Bank, Dr. Kenneth Kaoma Mwenda served as full-time law lecturer at the University of Warwick. A Rhodes Scholar, he holds doctorate degrees in law & business administration & is a graduate of inter alia, the Universities of Oxford, Warwick, Hull & Zambia. He has also been recipient of a prestigious fellowship from Yale Law School.

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