- Regulation of banks — Mergers
This chapter considers the provisions of Rome I that deal specifically with financial instruments and contracts for the provision of financial services. It discusses the background to Rome I and its consumer protection rules; the meaning of ‘financial instruments’ for Rome I purposes; contracts concluded within a multilateral trading system (Articles 4(1)(h) and 6(4)(e)); consumer law exemptions applicable to financial instruments, rights issues, and takeover offers (Article 6(4)(d)); the consumer law exemption relating to foreign services (Article 6(4)(a)); the banker-customer relationship; and the impact of domestic consumer laws.
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