Principles of Hong Kong Banking Law

 

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Principles of Hong Kong Banking Law
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9789626615003
Jul 2013
Hardback

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This book fills the gap on how common law continues to apply in Hong Kong’s banking industry in regards to the following topics:

• Illustrates the uniqueness of the Hong Kong banking supervisory and regulatory system;
• Demystifies Hong Kong Money Authorities’ monetary power in market stabilisation under the Basic Law;
• Explains Hong Kong’s Clearing system functions for the RMB offshore clearing hub; and
• Examines and explains the changes and/or impact of the Chinese Policy on Hong Kong’s common law and conflicts (sovereign immunity) concerning the issues of litigating in Hong Kong Courts.

A publication for both academics and practitioners who need a reliable source covering all banking related topics

• Serves as a good referencing authority in practice for practitioners
• A comprehensive, informative source of material for academics and students.

Written by Mark Hsiao, Senior Lecturer at the University of Leicester

• Formerly Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
• Prior to joining the Faculty of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Mark Hsiao was a lecturer in financial law at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London