Making banking and finance law: a snapshot
  
Making banking and finance law: a snapshot
Edited by Sheelagh McCracken and Shelley Griffiths
Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law
ISBN: 9781742103655

Making banking and finance law: a snapshot is a collection of working papers written by members of the Academic Committee of the Banking and Financial Services Law Association. It offers a snapshot of recent developments in the field of banking and finance law and calls for further debate on a range of critical issues. The book will be of interest not only to lawyers, but also to bankers, regulators, economists, accountants and others involved in financial markets regulation and banking and finance transactions.

The eight papers are:

  • Surveying the twin peaks of Australia's financial system
  • Financial advice in Australia: important issues for further debate
  • Conflicted renumeration: the debate is not over
  • Corporate insolvency law reform: reframing the dialogue
  • Toward understanding the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (NZ): insights from the past?
  • Security interests: crossing the rubicon
  • "Modified universalism": confined, or confirmed?
  • Australian contract law: a work in progress

Making banking and finance law is part of a series of monographs published by the Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law within the University of Sydney's Law School.

  
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