Collected Papers: Financial Regulation in Estonia, Poland and Latvia within the Context of European Union Membership

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Graeme Scott Baber, PhD (Author) – Researcher in Financial Law

Series: Laws and Legislation

BISAC: LAW066000

This book, entitled Collected Papers: Financial Regulation in Estonia, Poland and Latvia within the Context of European Union Membership, brings together five papers that the author wrote during the course of his career. The first and the last are short articles on general topics – with the former being written approximately ten years earlier than the latter. Both are constructed around defining events – the first the enactment of the Lisbon Treaty, which can be seen with the benefit of hindsight as a time of unity and promise within the European Union, and the other the process of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union – a time at which both the unity and the promise have withered. The second and the third are substantive items – the former examining the extent to which laws of the then-new Member States of the European Union Estonia, Poland and Latvia comply with that Union’s free movement of capital rules, and the latter reporting the results of a survey of company executives within those three countries on their views as to the degree to which their businesses are affected by national limitations on the free movement of capital. The fourth paper investigates the extent to which accession to the European Union has affected regulation of the retail banking sector in those three states.

 

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Preface

Introduction to the Collected Papers

Chapter 1. Free Movement across the Borders of Europe: The Principles of the Internal Market must prevail

Chapter 2. National Legislation and Regulations restricting the Free Movement of Capital: How do Estonia, Poland and Latvia compare?

Chapter 3. National Legislation and Regulations restricting the Free Movement of Capital: The views of company executives in the sectors most affected

Chapter 4. How may accession to the European Union (EU) affect the regulation of retail banking?

Chapter 5. Now is the time for an operational Brexit withdrawal agreement. The United Kingdom Government’s new proposals provide an adequate basis on which to
proceed, but only subject to a Confirmatory Referendum

Afterword

About the Author

Index

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