Examines conflict of law issues in international finance * Gives practical guidance on the conflict of laws from the governing law of contracts to areas such as financial regulation, financial torts, trusts and insolvency * Helps you decide which legal system to adopt and how to resolve issues * Covers the governing law of contracts so you are clear of the basis on which international financial contracts should operate * Explains jurisdiction over financial contracts so you can advise clients on areas including and enforcement of foreign judgments * Looks in detail at conflict of laws for security interests and title finance so you are completely informed on these important areas * Examines conflict of laws for financial torts and financial trusts * Discusses the conflict of laws for regulation of international finance and regulatory jurisdiction making the application of the correct regulations simpler * Provides coverage of sovereign immunity in the UK, US and EU as well as the recognition of states, state succession and international organisations so that you can quickly find out about these areas for your clients * Includes special treatment of conflict of laws in insolvency giving you expert guidance on this potentially tricky areaFor collective investment schemes generally, see Regulation of International Finance in the series. ... 18a061 United KingdomSo far as the UK is concerned, the scheme must contain certain facilities at a place of business in the UK so that UKanbsp;...
|Title||:||Conflict of Laws and International Finance|
|Author||:||Philip R. Wood|
|Publisher||:||Sweet & Maxwell - 2007|