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Regulating Financial Services and Markets in the 21st Century

Editor(s): Eilís Ferran, Charles Goodhart CBE
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Published: 11-09-2001
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 352
ISBN: 9781841132792
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £100.00
 

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About Regulating Financial Services and Markets in the 21st Century

The essays in this work offer a high-level examination of the most important issues facing financial services regulation,and the far-reaching effects of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 on the UK financial sector in the context of rapid global change. Taking an interdisciplinary approach the book includes contributions by many distinguished academic authorities on the law and economics of regulation, and also some of the most influential practitioners, regulators and policymakers. As such it provides an authoritative analysis of the underlying issues affecting the broad development of financial services regulation: the objectives of regulation, the responsibilities of the regulated community, the accountability of regulators, the regulation of electronic financial markets and the impact of stock market mergers, regional regulation within Europe, and the development of global financial regulation.

Table Of Contents

GENERAL OVERVIEW

1. Regulating Financial Services and Markets in the Twenty First Century: An Overview
Eilís Ferran and Charles A.E. Goodhart

2. Reforming Financial Regulation: Progress and Priorities
Howard Davies

OBJECTIVES AND PRINCIPLES

3. Regulatory Principles and the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000
Colin Mayer

4. Examining the Objectives of Financial Regulation-Will the New Regime Succeed? A Practitioner's View
Amelia C. Fawcett

5. Incentive v. Rule-Based Financial Regulation: A Role for Market Discipline
Rahul Dhumale

REGULATION OF SENIOR MANAGEMENT

6. Directors' Fiduciary Duties and the Approved Persons Regime
Colin Bamford

7. Fiduciary Duties, Regulation of Companies and Regulation of Individuals
Sir Adam Ridley

DISCIPLINE, ENFORCEMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS

8. Regulatory Discipline and the European Convention on Human Rights-A Reality Check
Daniel F. Waters and Martyn Hopper

9. Holding the Balance-Effective Enforcement, Procedural Fairness and Human Rights
Thomas A.G. Beazley

ACCOUNTABILITY

10. Regulating the Regulator-A Lawyer's Perspective on Accountability and Control
Alan Page

11. Regulating the Regulator-An Economist's Perspective on Accountability and Control
Charles A.E. Goodhart

12. Public Accountability in the Financial Sector
Rosa M. Lastra and Heba Shams

EUROPEAN REGULATION

13. Regulating European Markets: The Harmonisation of Securities Regulation in Europe in the New Trading Environment
Eddy Wymeersch

14. The Case for a European Securities Commission
Gilles Thieffry

INTERNATIONAL REGULATION

15. New Issues in International Financial Regulation
John Eatwell

16. The Financial Stability Forum (FSF): Just Another Acronym?
Andrew G. Haldane

17. The Need for Efficient International Financial Regulation and the Role of a Global Supervisor
Kern Alexander

ROLE OF RATING AGENCIES

18. The Role of Rating Agencies in Global Market Regulation
Steven L. Schwarcz

19. The Role of Credit Rating Agencies in the Establishment of Capital Standards for Financial Institutions in a Global Economy
Howell E. Jackson

TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND REGULATION

20. The Challenge of Technology-Regulation of Electronic Financial Markets

Reviews

“I found this a very enjoyable and informative book and immediately ordered it for our law library. I must congratulate the authors and/or editors in managing to avoid serious overlaps between the various contributions. The range of essays is considerableI will certainly be recommending it to my students to dip in to.” –  Alistair Alcock, New Law Journal

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