Welcome to Financial and Banking Law
Financial and Banking Law (FBL) contains the most authoritative list on financial law available on the market. It provides access to established works such as Mann on the Legal Aspect of Money and Derham on the Law of Set-Off. It also includes more recent important works by many of the world’s leading practitioners and scholars in this field.
The collection includes over 50 titles covering a range of disciplines that encompass international financial practice including banking, bank resolution, risk and capital adequacy, capital markets, financial regulation, financial disputes, funds, Islamic finance, and project finance.
The Oxford EU Financial Regulation Series provides rigorous analysis of EU Regulations and Directives, and the EU financial regulation framework as a whole. Titles in the series consider the elements of both theory and practice necessary for proper understanding, analysing the legal framework in the context of its practical, political and economic background, and offering a sound basis for interpretation.
Danny Busch | 26th August 2020
Series Editor and author Danny Busch analyses the EU Prospectus Regulation which came into effect in 2019, and assesses whether civil courts may be stricter than the EU prospectus rules in terms of information obligations, use of language, differentiation between retail and wholesale investors, and more.