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Encyclopedia of Financial Services Law
Encyclopedia of Financial Services Law
Number of volumes: 5
ISBN:  9780421368804
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Helping you to understand this highly complex regulatory system, the Encyclopedia of Financial Services Law:

  • Provides section-by-section analysis of the implications of the Financial Services and Markets Act
  • Details the Orders and regulations made under the Act
  • Includes the relevant rules of recognised investment exchanges and designated professional bodies
  • Enables speedy searching through full indexing, with cross-references for ease of use
  • Includes three updates each year to reflect changes in law and practice as they occur, and keeping you completely up-to-date on the new regulatory system under the Financial Conduct Authority

CONTENTS

Volume 1

Release Bulletin

Part 1 - Introduction

Part 2A - Financial Services and Markets Act (Abridged)

Part 2B - Financial Services Act 2012 (abidged) and Orders

Part 3- Related Statutes

Volume 2

Part 3A- Related Orders (FSMA 2000)

Volume 3

Part 4- Related Orders (1986 Act)

Volume 4

Part 7- EEC Material

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

General Editors: Jonathan Kirk and Robin Kingham, Gough Square Chambers
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