International Financial Law: Quo Vadis?

Graeme Scott Baber, Ph.D.
Researcher in Financial Law

Series: International Law and Regulation – Aspects and Horizons
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International Law: Quo Vadis? defines ‘international financial law’, considers the nature of the rules that this subject comprises, and presents a history of the topic since its origin as a discipline. It lays down the structure of the global financial architecture. The Financial Stability Board (FSB) promotes financial stability worldwide by co-ordinating the development of policies within the sector – including its regulation and supervision. International financial institutions and committees, such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) – which is a committee of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) – publish global standards over their areas of expertise, thereby providing a structure into which the rules of jurisdictions are to fit. The book devotes a chapter to describing instruments developed by each of the following standard-setting entities: (i) The FSB, (ii) the committees of the BIS (excluding the BCBS), (iii) the BCBS, (iv) the International Organization of Securities Commissions, and (v) the IMF. Then, the monograph covers the workings of the global financial architecture, building upon the structure described earlier and the specialist chapters. This is achieved by combining a cross-sectional overview of the worldwide financial system with current examples of its operation. Its final chapter reviews some of the features of the subject, makes suggestions as to ways in which it might develop, and gives an overall verdict as to the way in which the subject should progress in the near and medium-term future.

International Law: Quo Vadis? should be a valuable resource for students of financial law at academic levels 6, 7 and 8 as well as for their tutors, academic libraries, and other financial law practitioners. This book is especially targeted at those who would value a collection of some of the most significant international financial standards along with an explanation as to how each of these operates. The book may also be useful for members of the general public who have an interest in finance and/or financial law, and who wish to know more about the evolving worldwide financial system and its regulatory instruments.

Introduction

Abbreviations

Chapter 1. The Nature of International Financial Law

Chapter 2. The Global Financial Architecture: Structural Aspects

Chapter 3. The Financial Stability Board

Chapter 4. The Bank for International Settlements

Chapter 5. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision

Chapter 6. The International Organization of Securities Commissions

Chapter 7. The International Monetary Fund

Chapter 8. The Global Financial Architecture: Workings

Chapter 9. International Financial Law: Quo Vadis?

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About the Author

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