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    Law and Financial Markets Review

    Law and Financial Markets Review


    2007, Vol.1

    2008, Vol.2

    2009, Vol.3

    2010, Vol.4

    2011, Vol.5

    2012, Vol.6

    2013, Vol.7

     

     

    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2007, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

     

    How the Financial Markets Law Committee works and why we need it: an interview with Lord Woolf

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-6

    FREDDY SALINGER

    International factoring and conflicts of law

    No.1, January

    pp. 7-10

    ANTONY HAINSWORTH

    The Shareholder Rights Directive and the challenge of re- enfranchising beneficial shareholders

    No.1, January

    pp. 11-20

    MARTIN HUGHES

    Transferability in syndicated lending

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-24

    MALTE L. BRUHNS

    Pledging shares in German limited liability companies

    No.1, January

    pp. 25-30

    SCHUYLER K. HENDERSON

    Credit derivatives and operational risk, or why a credit default swap is not like a bond

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-43

    ORKUN AKSELI

    Turkish law and UNCITRAL's work on the assignment of receivables with a special reference to the assignment of future receivables

    No.1, January

    pp. 45-54

     

    Using the capital markets for good works: an interview with Alan Gillespie, the Chairman of International Finance Facility for Immunisation, and Jim Rice of Linklaters

    No.2, March

    pp. 79-83

    PAUL Q. WATCHMAN, ANGELA DELFINO, JULIETTE ADDISON

    EP 2: the revised Equator Principles: why hard- nosed bankers are embracing soft law principles

    No.2, March

    pp. 85-113

    KONYIN AJAYI, MORENIKE OLAGBAJU SEYE OPASANYA

    The tetrahedral shape of the LNG chain: a discourse on competing claims

    No.2, March

    pp. 115-127

    JENNIFER MARSHALL, OLIVER WALDBURG, NICK HERROD

    Duplicate officeholders- too many cooks spoil the broth?

    No.2, March

    pp. 129-134

    JOHN HEAPS, SIMON JACKSON

    US- style litigation and the spread of the class action

    No.2, March

    pp. 135-139

    ROMAN JORDANS

    The implementation of MiFID in Germany and the abolition of section 37d of the Securities Trading Act

    No.2, March

    pp. 141-144

    SEBASTIAN HOFERT, CHRISTIAN MOLLER

    Introduction of real estate investment trusts in Germany

    No.2, March

    pp. 145-149

    JULIA BLACK, MARTYN HOPPER, CHRISTA BAND

    Making a success of Principles- based regulation

    No.3, May

    pp. 191-206

    ETAY KATZ

    Implementation of the Third Money Laundering Directive- an overview

    No.3, May

    pp. 207-211

    ANDREW HENDERSON

    Limiting the regulation of Islamic finance: lessons from Dubai

    No.3, May

    pp. 213-220

     

    The impact of new UK- US extradition laws on the financial markets

    No.3, May

    pp. 231-240

    COMMERCE and INDUSTRY GROUP

    Blowing the whistle

    No.3, May

    pp. 221-229

     

    Interview with David Geen, the European General Counsel of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA)

    No.4, July

    pp. 277-281

    ROGER McCORMICK

    Legal risk, law and justice in a globalising financial market

    No.4, July

    pp. 283-292

    JOANNA HOWARD, DANIEL HUDSON, NIKUNJ KIRI

    Recent developments in the fight against fraud and financial crime

    No.4, July

    pp. 293-304

    PAUL COHEN, ANGELA M. PAPALASKARIS

    Spitzer establishes commission to revamp New York regulation

    No.4, July

    pp. 305-306

    MARGARET COLE

    Insider dealing in the City

    No.4, July

    pp. 307-311

    THOMAS ISELI, ALEXANDER F. WAGNER, ROLF H. WEBER

    Legal and economic aspects of best execution in the context of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)

    No.4, July

    pp. 313-325

    ANDREW McKNIGHT

    Basel 2: the implementation in the UK of its capital requirements for banks

    No.4, July

    pp.240-327

     

    Interview with Keith Clark

    No.5, September

    pp. 385-388

     

    Interview with Guy Morton

    No.5, September

    pp. 389-391

     

    Interview with Joanne Kellermann

    No.5, September

    pp. 393-394

    WILLIAM BLAIR

    Global financial law

    No.5, September

    pp. 395-399

    ETAY KATZ

    MiFID- practical issues for implementation

    No.5, September

    pp. 401-404

    RUSSELL D. MAYER

    Capital adequacy requirements for Israeli banks: the impact of the Basel II Accord

    No.5, September

    pp. 409-412

    JOANNA BENJAMIN, DAVID ROUCH

    Providers and distributors: responsibilities in relation to retail structured products

    No.5, September

    pp. 413-421

    MARK HYDE, STEPHEN CURTIS

    Disclosure in distressed debt trading: practice makes perfect?

    No.5, September

    pp. 423-425

    MICHAEL ISAACS, RIC WILDING

    Banks and money laundering- certainty at last?

    No.5, September

    pp. 427-433

    FRANCE DRUMMOND

    Intermediated securities: reflections on a new concept in French financial markets law

    No.5, September

    pp. 435-443

    BRIAN CAIN

    Recharacterisation: uncertainty and insecurity?

    No.5, September

    pp. 405-408

    BERNARD CONNOLLY

    Capitalism, law, the state and the City

    No.6, November

    pp. 479-492

    ED HUMPHERSON, KATHY HALL, PETER LANGHAM

    The National Audit Office Report on the Financial Services Authority

    No.6, November

    pp. 493-494

    KAREN ANDERSON, ANNA CONDLIFFE

    The potential impact of the Information Commissioner's decisions on the FSA's risk-based approach

    No.6, November

    pp. 495-498

    ELLIOT LEIBU

    Court of Appeal upholds effectiveness of standard information memorandum disclaimer wording

    No.6, November

    pp. 499-501

    JAMES A. THOMPSON, PETER R. KNIGHT, MARTIN T. BOOHER, PAUL C. FREEMAN

    Calls for climate change reporting prompt companies to evaluate disclosure policies

    No.6, November

    pp. 503-505

    JON LAWRENCE, ELAINE WHITEFORD

    EU court clarifies legal privilege in European investigations

    No.6, November

    pp. 507-509

    MARISA CHAN

    New OECD Sector Understanding on Export Credits for Civil Aircraft

    No.6, November

    pp. 511-513

    IAIN MacNEIL

    Consumer dispute resolution in the UK financial sector: the experience of the Financial Ombudsman Service

    No.6, November

    pp. 515-524

    THOMAS PAPADOPOULOS

    The mandatory provisions of the EU Takeover Bid Directive and their deficiencies

    No.6, November

    pp. 525-533

    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2008, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    ANDREW McKNIGHT

    A review of developments in English law during 2007 (Part 1)

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-31

    ADRIAN COHEN, NICHOLAS FROME

    The Eurovision Law Contest

    No.1, January

    pp. 32-35

    NIKUNJ KIRI

    Tracing claims: court leaves the door open for the recognition of a discretionary remedial constructive trust

    No.1, January

    pp. 36-38

    MATHIAS M. SIEMS

    The EU Market Abuse Directive: a case- based analysis

    No.1, January

    pp. 39-49

    JOANNA BENJAMIN, DAVID ROUCH

    The international financial markets as a source of global law: the privatisation of rule-making?

    No.2, March

    pp. 78-86

    ANDREW McKNIGHT

    A review of developments in English law during 2007 (Part II)

    No.2, March

    pp. 87-112

    SIMON JAMES

    Rome I: Shall we dance?

    No.2, March

    pp. 113-122

    FREDERIQUE DAHAN

    Securitising mortgages in transition economies: the challenge of providing an efficient legal framework

    No.2, March

    pp. 123-131

    FRANCK JULIEN

    Syndicated financing and transfer of rights and obligations: French and English law aspects

    No.2, March

    pp. 132-140

    ALEXANDRA TRUESDALE

    FSA and Norwich Union: another step in the evolution of principles- based regulation

    No.2, March

    pp. 141-142

    BURNAT, FLORIAN

    Titrisation v securitisation: a legal comparison of securitisation in France and the United Kingdom

    No.2, March

    pp. 143-157

    D VITKOVA

    Level 3 of the Lamfalussy process: an effective tool for achieving pan- European regulatory consistency?

    No.2, March

    pp. 158-174

     

    Interview with Emmanuel Maurice

    No.3, May

    pp. 214-217

    JULIA BLACK, DAVID ROUCH

    The development of the global markets as rule- makers: engagement and legitimacy

    No.3, May

    pp. 218-233

    ETAY KATZ

    The credit crunch: the regulatory way forward

    No.3, May

    pp. 234-237

    JOANNA PERKINS

    A question of priorities: choice of law and proprietary aspects of the assignment of debts

    No.3, May

    pp. 238-243

    AJAY SUD

    The legal environment for asset- backed securitisation in Russia

    No.3, May

    pp. 244-249

    MIKULAS TOUSKA, SILVIE HORACKOVA, EVA VRANA, NICK HERROD

    Czech insolvency reform- good news for the financiers?

    No.3, May

    pp. 250-253

    MATTIAS LEVIN

    Code of Conduct on clearing and settlement: first experiences and future outlook

    No.3, May

    pp. 254-259

    YESIM BEZEN

    The Turkish Financial Leasing Law- is it industry specific?

    No.3, May

    pp. 260-261

    ROBERT BALDWIN

    Regulation lite: the rise of emissions trading

    No.3, May

    pp. 262-278

     

    Organised crime in the City

    No.4, July

    pp. 311-320

    JOANNA BENJAMIN, PAUL BOWDEN, DAVID ROUCH

    Law and regulation for global financial markets: markets as rule- makers- enforcement, dispute resolution and risk

    No.4, July

    pp. 321-330

    GEOFFREY YEOWART

    Appropriation of shares is upheld

    No.4, July

    pp. 331-332

    LORD MILLETT

    The remedy of appropriation under a share mortgage

    No.4, July

    pp. 333-340

    ETAY KATZ

    Credit derivatives and market conduct- an update

    No.4, July

    pp. 341-344

    JUSTIN CONWAY, JULIA LU FU

    Credit default swaps for European leveraged loans

    No.4, July

    pp. 345-347

    JEREMY WALTER, JULIA SMITHERS EXCELL

    Securities lending: title transfer upheld Down Under

    No.4, July

    pp. 348-350

    JOANNA GRAY

    Risk, regulation and the common law: lessons from the BCCI litigation- part 1

    No.4, July

    pp. 351-361

    MICHAEL ISAACS

    Banks bitten by mortgage fraud but will bite back

    No.5, September

    pp. 397-400

    SEBASTIAN HOFERT, CHRISTIAN MOLLER

    Reform of the Private Limited Company Act and codification of the private international law of companies in Germany

    No.5, September

    pp. 401-407

    JUSTIN CONWAY, JULIA LU FU

    An index of European loan credit default swaps: iTraxx LevX

    No.5, September

    pp. 408-410

    ADRIAN COHEN, SARA TAPINEKIS

    The location of letterbox company's registered office is not its COMI

    No.5, September

    pp. 411-412

    JOANNA GRAY

    Risk, regulation and the common law: lessons from the BCCI litigation- part 2

    No.5, September

    pp. 413-417

    MICHAEL BRIDGE

    Clearing houses and insolvency

    No.5, September

    pp. 418-421

    PLATO-SHINAR, RUTH; WEBER, ROLF H.

    Three models of the bank's fiduciary duty

    No.5, September

    pp. 422-438

    PATRICK GORMAN

    Lenders' liability in events of default

    No.5, September

    pp. 439-451

     

    Legal and compliance risk in financial institutions

    No.6, November

    pp. 481-488

     

    The implications for leveraged transactions of the repeal of the statutory prohibition of financial assistance by private companies

    No.6, November

    pp. 489-490

    Bob Penn

    European regulation following the Icelandic crisis: forward or back?

    No.6, November

    pp. 491-492

    Geoffrey Yeowart

    Validity of the Financial Collateral Regulations

    No.6, November

    pp. 493-494

    Justin Conway, Julia Lu Fu

    ISDA's evolving auction methodology: cash settlement of loan credit default swaps

    No.6, November

    pp. 495-497

    Simon James

    European contract law: Odysseus the Hero or Muffin the Mule?

    No.6, November

    pp. 498-502

    Herbert Wiehe, Roman Jordans

    Assignments of bank loan agreements: development and current status of German law

    No.6, November

    pp. 503-506

    Franck Julien

    Recharacterisation and bank finance: some aspects of French and English law

    No.6, November

    pp. 507-515

    John Bowman, Juliette Addison

    Carbon capture and storage- "the only hope for mankind?": an update

    No.6, November

    pp. 516-522

    Eilis Ferran

    What's wrong with rights issues?

    No.6, November

    pp. 523-536

    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2009, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Martin Hughes

    When is a guarantee not a guarantee?

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-33

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2008: part 1

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-30

    Bob Penn, Daniel Measor

    A guide to the Banking Bill 2008

    No.1, January

    pp. 34-40

    The City of London Law Society's Financial Law Committee

    Modernising the insolvency protections for the operation of financial markets: proposals to reform Part 7 of the Companies Act 1989

    No.1, January

    pp. 41-44

    Caroline Long, Ian Jack, Brian Cain

    Market disruption clauses

    No.1, January

    pp. 45-48

    Olumide Adetunji

    Cracking a nut with a sledgehammer- has the Central Bank of Nigeria been too hasty in revoking banking licenses?

    No.1, January

    pp. 49-53

    Klaus Peter Berger

    The aftermath of the financial crisis: why arbitration makes sense for banks and financial institutions

    No.1, January

    pp. 54-63

    Paul Sebastianutti

    What is this thing called international financial law?

    No.1, January

    pp. 64-71

    Jennifer Marshall, Nick Herrod

    Lehman Brothers insolvency- client assets

    No.2, March

    pp. 145-147

     

    Interview with David Ereira

    No.2, March

    pp. 108-111

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2008: part 2

    No.2, March

    pp. 112-133

    Mark Hyde, Iain White

    Pre- pack administrations: unwrapped

    No.2, March

    pp. 134-138

    Robert F. Schwartz, Etay Katz

    US hedge fund oversight in the aftermath of Madoff: finding the right balance

    No.2, March

    pp. 139-144

    Andrew McKnight

    Commitments to lend in troubled times

    No.2, March

    pp. 148-154

    Paul Sebastianutti

    What is this thing called international financial law? Part 2

    No.2, March

    pp. 155-167

    Elisabetta Bellini

    Triggers of financial markets regulation

    No.2, March

    pp. 168-187

    Mattias Levin, Rogier Wezenbeek, Sebastijan Hrovatin

    Safety in turbulent times: upgrading Europe's rules on default and collateral protection

    No.3, May

    pp. 218-223

    Stephen Roith, Simon Sinclair, Shireen Khoo

    Tier 1 hybrid capital instruments for banks: a brief impact analysis of the proposed changes to the Capital Requirements Directive

    No.3, May

    pp. 224-226

    Florian Burnat

    The revival of French securitisation: a study of the 2008 reform

    No.3, May

    pp. 227-231

    Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab

    Reflections on public- private partnerships in Egypt: practical and legal challenges

    No.3, May

    pp. 232-241

    Sandra Frisby

    The second- chance culture and beyond: some observations on the pre- pack contribution

    No.3, May

    pp. 242-247

    Paul Sebastianutti

    What is this thing called international financial law? Part 3

    No.3, May

    pp. 248-259

    Nora Harb

    Reform of mortgage enforcement in Egypt: bringing together the ancient and the modern

    No.3, May

    pp. 260-273

     

    Rebuilding Confidence in Financial Markets, Institutions and Regulators

    No.4, July

    pp. 311-316

     

    The Landsbanki freezing order 2008: a legal assessment of the impact on the financial markets

    No.4, July

    pp. 317-324

    Andrew McKnight

    The Banking Act 2009

    No.4, July

    pp. 325-332

    David Ereira

    The UK review of resolution procedures for investment banks in difficulties

    No.4, July

    pp. 333-338

    Geoffrey Yeowart

    Remedy of appropriation upheld by Privy Council

    No.4, July

    pp. 339-341

    Will Higgs

    Restoring confidence in the securitisation and derivatives markets

    No.4, July

    pp. 342-347

    Paul Sebastianutti

    What is this thing called international financial law? Part 4

    No.4, July

    pp. 348-367

    Francis N. Botchway

    Is the IMF conditionality anachronistic?

    No.4, July

    pp. 368-376

    Bernard Connolly

    Regulation: reform or revenge? The crisis, the EU and British financial markets

    No.5, September

    pp. 414-424

     

    Interview with Norbert Seiler

    No.5, September

    pp. 425-427

    Michael Isaacs

    Claims management companies- the new mis- sellers?

    No.5, September

    pp. 428-433

    Utku Kerem Kirklar

    The Turkish aircraft market: ready to turn the autopilot off?

    No.5, September

    pp. 434-437

    Vanessa Finch

    The dynamics of insolvency law: three models of reform

    No.5, September

    pp. 438-448

    Leela Cejnar

    The impact of the global financial crisis on competition policy in the Australian banking sector

    No.5, September

    pp. 449-460

    Paul Sebastianutti

    What is this thing called international financial law? Part 5

    No.5, September

    pp. 461-478

     

    Interview with Francis Neate

    No.6, November

    pp. 509-513

    Simon Beamish

    Failed investments- an evolving judicial approach to fund management disputes

    No.6, November

    pp. 514-516

    Geoffrey Yeowart

    Encouraging company rescue: what changes are required to UK insolvency law?

    No.6, November

    pp. 517-531

    Hamish Patrick

    The Financial Collateral Arrangements Regulations: some Scottish issues

    No.6, November

    pp. 532-533

    Priya Nandita Pooran

    Macro- prudential supervision- a panacea for the global financial crisis?

    No.6, November

    pp. 534-538

    James R. Hackney

    On markets and regulation: Richard Posner's conservative pragmatist evolution

    No.6, November

    pp. 539-543

    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2010, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Interview with Laurie Adams

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-6

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2009: part 1

    No.1, January

    pp. 7-31

    Josiah M. Daniel III

    The fraudulent- transfer risk in asset acquisitions and investments with financially distressed parties in the United States

    No.1, January

    pp. 32-35

    Kate Gibbons, Simon James, Matthew Newick

    The strange death of literal England

    No.1, January

    pp. 36-40

    Paul Sidle

    Taming the unruly horse: contractual invalidity and the anti- deprivation rule

    No.1, January

    pp. 41-47

    Miriam Goldby, Anat Keller

    The Commission's proposal for a new European Systemic Risk Board: an evaluation

    No.1, January

    pp. 48-57

    David Rouch

    Self- regulation is dead: long live self- regulation

    No.2, March

    pp. 102-122

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2009: part 2

    No.2, March

    pp. 123-158

    David McIlroy

    Creating fail- safe banks

    No.2, March

    pp. 159-165

    Maria Sandler

    Managing litigation and dispute risk in the financial services markets

    No.2, March

    pp. 166-169

    Iris H-Y Chiu

    Enhancing responsibility in financial regulation- critically examining the future of public- private governance: part 1

    No.2, March

    pp. 170-188

    Michael Bridge

    Security financial collateral transfers and prime broker insolvency

    No.2, March

    pp. 189-193

    Philip Morris

    Bank deposit protection in offshore Britain: the Jersey model

    No.2, March

    pp. 194-202

     

    A conversation with Lord Hoffmann

    No.3, May

    pp. 242-250

     

    Interim report: preliminary views on the financial crisis: The International Bar Association's Task Force on the Financial Crisis

    No.3, May

    pp. 251-262

    Daniel Marcus, Lievin Tshikali

    Some misconceptions about OTC markets

    No.3, May

    pp. 263-268

    Sophie Hughes, Simon James, Andrew Yianni, Deborah Zandstra

    The HIPC Debt Relief Bill: making forgiveness compulsory

    No.3, May

    pp. 269-271

    Yesim Bezen, Banu Aslan

    Project finance in Turkey's energy sector: a Turkish delight for financiers

    No.3, May

    pp. 272-275

    Melanie Fitzsimons

    Effective corporate governance?

    No.3, May

    pp. 276-278

    Phoebus Athanassiou

    Financial rules: why they differ, where we got them wrong and how to fix them

    No.3, May

    pp. 279-285

    Iris H-Y Chiu

    Enhancing responsibility in financial regulation- critically examining the future of public-private governance: part II

    No.3, May

    pp. 286-313

     

    Law and regulation for global financial markets: enforcing the new regime- incentive or deterrence?

    No.4, July

    pp. 346-359

    Joanna Perkins

    Registration of charges over intangible assets

    No.4, July

    pp. 360-365

    Nigel Clayton

    Many hands make light work: the tripartite arrangement as part of the legislative reforms to banking legislation in the UK- a spectrum of views from a spectrum of institutions

    No.4, July

    pp. 366-393

    Victoria Barns-Graham, Louise Gullifer

    The Australian PPS reforms: what will the new system look like?

    No.4, July

    pp. 394-404

    Richard Fentiman

    Assignment and Rome I: towards a principled solution

    No.4, July

    pp. 405-412

    David Ramos Munoz

    SEC v Goldman Sachs and the new wave of (asset- backed) securities litigation. What are the arguments? What is at stake?

    No.4, July

    pp. 413-420

    Leonardo Giani

    The complementarity between financial supervision and crisis resolution: a gap in the EU framework at the time of the crisis

    No.4, July

    pp. 421-427

    Jacqueline Lopes

    Re- enactment of the Glass- Steagall Act 1933: is this a step in the right direction for global financial reform?

    No.4, July

    pp. 428-432

    Mia Mahmudur Rahim

    Credit rating agencies' roles have to be reassessed

    No.4, July

    pp. 433-438

    Martin McElwee

    Law and regulation for global financial markets: competition law, financial stability and the rules of the game

    No.5, September

    pp. 473-484

    Simon James

    European contract law: coming out

    No.5, September

    pp. 485-489

    Dorothee Fischer-Appelt

    Prospectus Directive amendments- discussion of key changes

    No.5, September

    pp. 490-498

    Peter Yeoh

    Structured finance: a matter of gatekeeping?

    No.5, September

    pp. 499-506

    Omar Salah

    Islamic finance: the impact of the AAOIFI Resolution on equity- based sukuk structures

    No.5, September

    pp. 507-517

    Francis Neate

    Unintended consequences?

    No.6, November

    pp. 547-548

    Geoffrey Yeowart

    The importance of control when taking a charge over cash

    No.6, November

    pp. 549-552

    Andrew McKnight

    Reforming the English law of secured transactions in personal property Reforming the English law of secured transactions in personal property

    No.6, November

    pp. 553-567

    Chai Lim

    Pre- pack receiverships: unravelled

    No.6, November

    pp. 568-570

    Abarca de Espinosa, Lamo Miguel, Alejandro Alemany

    Spanish security law issues for UK (and other foreign) lenders: practical aspects of structuring, negotiating and closing transactions

    No.6, November

    pp. 571-581

    Christine Astaniou, Shoshana Wainer, Nikunj Kiri

    UK market abuse update: FSA continues to demonstrate resolve to tackle market abuse

    No.6, November

    pp. 582-592

    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2011, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2010: part 1

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-20

    Dorothee Fischer-Appelt

    The European Securities and Markets Authority: the beginnings of a powerful European securities authority?

    No.1, January

    pp. 21-32

    Yesim Bezen, Banu Aslan

    Financial leasing in renewable energy projects in Turkey: suitable alternative for financiers?

    No.1, January

    pp. 33-36

    Reinout Wibier

    Can a modern legal system do without the trust?

    No.1, January

    pp. 37-45

    Giedre Mitkute, Joseph Tanega

    Asset protection trusts: a legal and economic analysis of competing regulatory frameworks

    No.1, January

    pp. 46-61

    Joris Latui

    Disclosure of inside information and troubled financial institutions: a critical analysis of Member State practice

    No.1, January

    pp. 62-76

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2010: part 2

    No.2, March

    pp. 95-112

    Timothy Cleary

    Retesting the limits of section 2(a) (iii) (1) and the anti- deprivation principle: Lomas v JFB Firth Rixon, Inc [2010] EWHC 3372 (Ch)

    No.2, March

    pp. 113-118

    Dan Awrey

    The limits of EU hedge fund regulation

    No.2, March

    pp. 119-128

    Roger McCormick

    Towards a more sustainable financial system: the regulators, the banks and civil society

    No.2, March

    pp. 129-138

    Christopher Langley, Mischa Balen

    From Liverpool to Norway- liabilities in unjust enrichment and negligence: Haugesund Kommune v Depfa ACS Bank [2011] EWCA Civ 33

    No.2, March

    pp. 139-141

    Robin Parsons, Matthew Dening

    Financial collateral- an opportunity missed

    No.3, May

    pp. 164-175

    Aviv Pichhadze

    Regulatory systemic risk in US securities regulation

    No.3, May

    pp. 176-182

    Abdullah Abdullatef A. Al Elsheikh, Joseph Tanega

    Sukuk structure and its regulatory environment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    No.3, May

    pp. 183-200

    Leela Cejnar

    After the global financial crisis: key competition law developments in Australia, the United States, the EU and the UK

    No.3, May

    pp. 201-212

    George Walker

    The Independent Commission on Banking: interim findings and comment

    No.3, May

    pp. 213-223

     

    In conversation with the Hon Mrs Justice Gloster, DBE

    No.4, July

    pp. 256-263

    Chris Bates, Simon Gleeson, Clifford Chance

    Legal aspects of bank bail- ins

    No.4, July

    pp. 264-275

    Jonathan Fisher QC, Claire Cregan, James Di Giulio, Jodi Schutze

    Economic crime and the global financial crisis

    No.4, July

    pp. 276-289

    Pelma Rajapakse, Suri Rajapakse

    Impact of the regulatory regime on promoting the housing fi nance market in Australia

    No.4, July

    pp. 290-305

    Domenico Siclari

    Civil society and horizontal subsidiarity in financial market regulation: some reflections on Roger McCormick's proposals

    No.4, July

    pp. 306-312

    Lorne Crerar

    Review of the Lending Code 2010/ 11

    No.5, September

    pp. 337-343

    Rafal Zakrzewski

    Material adverse change and material adverse effect provisions: construction and application

    No.5, September

    pp. 344-356

    Catherine Malecki, Veronique Magnier

    SRI, shareholder activism and corporate governance: an efficient triptych?

    No.5, September

    pp. 357-366

    Ruth Plato-Shinar, Marcia Gelpe

    Lenders' liability for environmental damages in the absence of statutory regulation - lessons from the Israeli model: part 1

    No.5, September

    pp. 367-379

    Iwa Salami

    Financial regulation in African frontier markets: can the EU approach work?

    No.5, September

    pp. 380-387

    G.A. Walker

    Structural regulation and financial reform: the Independent Commission on Banking

    No.6, November

    pp. 418-434

    Andrew Keay

    Risk, shareholder pressure and short- termism in financial institutions: does enlightened shareholder value offer a panacea?

    No.6, November

    pp. 435-448

    Francisco Garcimartin

    The law applicable to prospectus liability in the European Union

    No.6, November

    pp. 449-457

    Ruth Plato-Shinara, Marcia Gelpe

    Lenders' liability for environmental damages in the absence of statutory regulation- lessons from the Israeli model: part 2

    No.6, November

    pp. 458-466

    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2012, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2011: part 1

    No.1, January

    pp. 4-21

    Geoffrey Yeowart

    CLLS Guide to English opinion letters in financial transactions

    No.1, January

    pp. 22-31

    C.A.E. Goodhart

    The Vickers Report: an assessment

    No.1, January

    pp. 32-38

    Charles Randell

    The great British banking experiment: will the restructuring of UK banking show us how to resolve G- SIFIs?

    No.1, January

    pp. 39-51

    Dirk Schoenmaker

    Banking supervision and resolution: the European dimension

    No.1, January

    pp. 52-60

    Simon Gleeson

    Bank resolution and bail- ins in the context of bank groups

    No.1, January

    pp. 61-67

    Herbert Smith

    Market abuse update

    No.1, January

    pp. 68-77

    Andrew McKnight

    A review of 2011: part 2

    No.2, March

    pp. 93-113

    Gilles De Margerie, Hubert De Vauplane

    A defective default: keys to understanding the sovereign debt crisis- part 1

    No.2, March

    pp. 114-122

    Priya Nandita Pooran

    Systemic risk and financial markets: three years on

    No.2, March

    pp. 123-129

    Cally Jordan

    The wider context: the future of capital market regulation in the developed markets

    No.2, March

    pp. 130-135

    Malik R. Dahlan

    Introspective reflections on the Islamic financial industry after the downturn: ethics and the rule of law

    No.2, March

    pp. 136-139

    Peter Alldridge

    The Bribery Act 2010- guidance to corporations

    No.2, March

    pp. 140-144

    Ross Dixon, Nicholas Queree

    Inside information and wall- crossing : FSA enforcement and intent

    No.2, March

    pp. 145-147

    Gilles de Margerie, Hubert de Vauplane

    A defective default: keys to understanding the sovereign debt crisis- part 2

    No.3, May

    pp. 171-175

    Ross Murdoch

    Client money and the Lehman Brothers case: a comparative analysis between English and Scots law

    No.3, May

    pp. 176-183

    Iris H-Y Chiu

    Macroprudential supervision: critically examining the developments in the UK, EU and internationally

    No.3, May

    pp. 184-199

    Roger McCormick

    Towards a more sustainable finance system- part 2: Creating an effective civil society response to the Crisis

    No.3, May

    pp. 200-207

    Pavlos G. Maris

    The new architecture for hedge fund regulation: an assessment of the recent US and EU initiatives

    No.3, May

    pp. 208-217

    Frederique Dahan, Jacek Kubas, Lewis Cohen, Yana Mihaleva, Margaret Welsh

    The EBRD's legal and regulatory assessment- what limits development of local capital markets?

    No.3, May

    pp. 218-223

    Dorothee Fischer-Appelt

    The revised EU Prospectus Regulation: key changes to the contents of prospectuses

    No.4, July

    pp. 249-257

    Andrei Gurin, Felicia Stanescu, Marcel-Eric Terret

    New rules for securities settlement in Europe

    No.4, July

    pp. 258-270

    Nicholas Dorn

    Lehman- lemon: "too connected to fail" as a policy construct

    No.4, July

    pp. 271-283

    Wenwen Liang

    The Geneva Securities Convention and its relevance for China

    No.4, July

    pp. 284-291

    Jason Haynes

    Overseeing the international financial and monetary system: a critical analysis of the International Monetary Fund's Article IV surveillance mandate

    No.4, July

    pp. 292-295

    Elena Sulima

    The EBRD at the forefront of developing the Russian domestic capital market

    No.4, July

    pp. 296-298

    Constantinos Klissouras, Christina Papachristopoulou

    Crossing the state- as- entrepreneur Rubicon: a first look at the challenges to the Hellenic privatisation programme

    No.5, September

    pp. 331-335

    Iwa Salami

    International financial standards and the application of Basel III in emerging and frontier markets

    No.5, September

    pp. 336-342

    Qingxiu Bu

    China's National Security Review: a tit -for -tat response?

    No.5, September

    pp. 343-356

    Qi Qiu

    Regulatory reform in China's IPO Market

    No.5, September

    pp. 357-359

    Mohit Rohatgi, Ritwik Bhattacharya

    The operation of the mandatory bid rule as a result of buy- back: recent developments in India

    No.5, September

    pp. 360-367

    Vladimir Khrenov

    Close- out netting in Russia: are we almost there?

    No.6, December

    pp. 383-386

    Valia Babis

    The impact of bank crisis prevention, recovery and resolution on shareholder rights

    No.6, December

    pp. 387-398

    Jeffrey Wern Loong Yow

    The enforceability of close- out netting: a Malaysian perspective

    No.6, December

    pp. 399-409

    Demetra Arsalidou

    Institutional investors, behavioural economics and the concept of stewardship

    No.6, December

    pp. 410-421

    Clifford Chance

    Listing Rules: changes implemented on 1 October 2012 and further consultation launched

    No.6, December

    pp. 422-425

    Law and Financial Markets Review, 2013, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Joanna Benjamin, Guy Morton, Michael Raffan

    The future of securities financing

    No.1, January

    pp. 4-8

    Lesley Anderson, Mark Harper

    Fiduciary duties owed to the excluded shareholder

    No.1, January

    pp. 9-12

    Tolek Petch

    The compatibility of Outright Monetary Transactions with EU law

    No.1, January

    pp. 13-21

    Andrew Campbell, Paula Moffatt

    Protecting interbank payments in the United Kingdom: an examination of the legal framework

    No.1, January

    pp. 22-29

    Charles Randell

    European banking union and bank resolution

    No.1, January

    pp. 30-35

    G.A. Walker

    EU structural regulation of banking

    No.1, January

    pp. 36-47

    Clare Chambers-Jones

    Virtual world financial crime: legally flawed

    No.1, January

    pp. 48-56

    ROD MACLEOD, HAMISH PATRICK

    Scottish independence: the Bank of England (and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland)

    No.2, March

    pp. 69- 74

    CHEE KEONG LOW, SAMANTHA DATWANI

    Hontex a settlement of convenience?

    No.2, March

     75- 87

    Harry Edwards

    Liability for the rating and sale of structured credit products: Australian cases and their (much) wider implications

    No.2, March

     88- 96

    Thomas Papadopoulos

    Acquisition of corporate control and clear criteria in the adjustment of the mandatory bid price

    No.2, March

     97- 106

    Daniel Harris

    Use of customer securities by UK prime brokers: the road ahead

    No.2, March

     107- 111

    Chris Yates-Smith

    Socially responsible investment: good corporate citizenship or hidden portfolio risk?

    No.2, March

     112- 117

    Yung, Patrick

    Unsecured debt subordination arrangement: validity and the legislative reform in Hong Kong

    No.2, March

     118- 125

     

    Financial regulatory developments

    No.2, March

     126- 134

    Kitty Moloney, Gareth Murphy

    The spectrum of regulatory engagement

    No.3, May

     138- 143

    Wei Shen

    Internationalisation of the renminbi and offshore renminbi business

    No.3, May

     144- 151

    Arlen Duke, Leela Cejnar

    Competition and the banking sector: friend or foe?

    No.3, May

     152- 158

    Jonathan Fisher, Marine Blottiaux, Stephane Daniel, Helena Oliveira, David Green, Ola Osoka, Agathi Trakkidi

    The global financial crisis: the case for a stronger criminal response

    No.3, May

     159- 166

    Clifford Chance

    EU regulatory developments

    No.3, May

     177- 181

    Herbert Smith Freehills

    Financial regulatory developments

    No.3, May

     169- 176

    Harry Edwards

    CRA 3 and the liability of rating agencies: inconsistent messages from the regulation on credit rating agencies in Europe

    No.4, August

     186- 191

    Christopher P Buttigieg

    National marketing and product distribution rules for UCITS: a critical analysis

    No.4, August

     192- 198

    Shen Wei

    The interest rate as a monetary policy instrument in China: applications, challenges and latest reforms

    No.4, August

     199- 206

    Yesim Bezen, Can Ozilhan

    Bridging jurisdictions: security arrangements under Turkish law

    No.4, August

     207- 211

    Herbert Smith

    Financial regulatory developments

    No.4, August

     212- 222

    Clifford Chance

    EU regulatory developments

    No.4, August

     223- 231

    Cae Goodhart

    Instruments and objectives of monetary policy

    No.5, September

     235- 238

    Andrew Campbell

    The future of United Kingdom monetary union and Scottish independence

    No.5, September

     239- 249

    Viktoria Baklanova, Joseph Tanega

    EU proposal for regulation on money market funds

    No.5, September

     250- 255

    Cally Jordan

    How international finance really works

    No.5, September

     256- 266

    Herbert Smith Freehills

    Financial regulatory developments

    No.5, September

     269- 283

    Clifford Chance

    EU regulatory developments

    No.5, September

     284- 287

     


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