NEW BOOKS CIVIL LAW THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF BANK INSOLVENCY A Comparative Analysis o f Western Europe, The United States a n d C a n a d a The Legal Aspects o f Bank Insolvency compares the legal framework f o r dealing with insolvent banks in Western Europe, the United States a n d Canada, identifying the distinctive f e a t u r e s o f each regime a n d discussing the main issues a n d choices in dealing with f a i l i n g banks. It also examines the implications o f a cross-border bank insolvency, a n d considers different approaches to the problems it raises, includ- ing the supranational approach o f the p r o p o s e d European Directive on the Reorganization a n d Winding-up o f Credit Institutions. This work will be o f value to lawmakers, to consultants a n d s c h o l a r e n g a g e d in technical assistance work, a n d to those who advise the legislators a n d officials involved in devising a legal f r a
Tilburg Law Review – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2000
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