Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) October 01, 2007 -- Bharat Book Bureau, a leading market information distributor has tabled a report - Banks: Fraud and Crime 2nd Edition ([http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=24339])
Banks: Fraud and Crime explores the main issues which arise in bank fraud world-wide and looks at the possible options available for corrective action. A series of leading commentators examine the basic nature of bank fraud and financial crime, comparing the legal and regulatory framework in England to those in place in the USA and elsewhere Published in association with the London Institute of International Banking, Finance and Development Law and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies " a well balanced and well written book. It provides a wide-ranging reader for anyone seeking an overview of the subject." - ICCLR (commenting on the first edition) " This is a book which should be part of the library of every legal practitioner who practises in the field of serious fraud." - Rowan Bosworth-Davies (commenting on the first edition)
Banks: Fraud and Crime explores the main issues which arise in bank fraud world-wide and looks at the possible options available for corrective action. A series of leading commentators examine the basic nature of bank fraud and financial crime, comparing the legal and regulatory framework in England to those in place in the USA and elsewhere.
Banks: Fraud and Crime also takes a detailed look at the core issue of money laundering at a national, regional and international level as well as considering the many other complex issues arising from bank fraud and financial crime. This latest edition has been totally updated to incorporate the many changes that have occurred in the law over the last 5 years. The second edition also includes several new chapters on cutting edge issues such as: Internet payment services and crime in cyberspace
The American Thrift Crisis - the relationship between financial fraud and insolvency Operational Risk - an examination of the circumstances surrounding the recent collapse of Barings, the losses suffered by Diawa Bank and the failure of Long Term Capital Management and the lessons to be learnt from each Effective corporate governance - initiatives adopted at international, regional and nationals levels.
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