German Banking Law and Practice in International Perspective

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Norbert Horn
Walter de Gruyter, 1999 - Law - 361 pages
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A study of German banking law and practice. The articles are designed to cover the subject and take a systematic approach. They are written by experts from authorities, banks and universities. The idea for the book was born in a conference on German and Chinese banking law.
 

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Contents

Concluding Remarks
35
Applications of KWG
48
Market Integration with Open Boundaries
83
Special Forms of Credits
186
Banking Act
207
Securities Act
301
General Business Conditions
339
Index
355
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