E-finance: law and regulation

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LexisNexis, 2003 - Business & Economics - 511 pages
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E-Finance: Law and Regulation addresses the legal and regulatory issues that arise for firms providing financial services online. It covers, in a comprehensive manner, the raft of recent e-specific legislation such as the E-Money Directive and Distance Marketing of Financial Services Directive that is crucial for financial services providers to comply with in providing e-finance. Drawing on Lovells' extensive practical experience advising long-standing financial services clients and Internet start-ups in the financial services field, the book not only considers specific financial services regulation but deals with the important related areas such as branding, technology, data protection and jurisdiction to help businesses understand how e-legislation affects their day-to-day activities.

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Contents

The ECommerce Directive by Emily Reid and Roger Tym
12
Coordinated field by Paul Anning and Roger Tym
48
Background
64
OUTSOURCING
73
NONSTATUTORY CODES
90
Constructing a website by Emily Reid
94
Advertising and marketing financial products and services by lulie Patient
107
Contracting online by Emily Reid Azrine Addruse and Heather Rowe
137
Data protection by Heather Rowe
205
CHECKLIST
252
Jurisdiction by Heather Rowe
282
Emoney by Emily Reid and Heather Rowe
295
IP rights issues by David Choi
322
Electronic signatures and admissibility of computer records by Mark Taylor
382
Security by Mark Taylor
413
Copyright

Managing the customer relationship online by Roger Tym and Nicholas Holman
177