Written by William Johnston, Orla O'Connor and Charlotte Henry
Arthur Cox Banking Law Handbook brings together the principal legislation that governs the banking and consumer credit sector. This KEY legal information has never before been consolidated into one practical single-source reference guide.
Gone are the days of referring to a number of complicated and incomplete information sources. Everything you need - from the latest Acts and statutory instruments, practical guidance and authoritative recommendations - can now be found within the pages of ONE ESSENTIAL book.
Legal practitioners, compliance officials, accountants, bankers and anybody who handles Ireland's banking and consumer credit laws will benefit from the clear and accessible information this book provides.
You need a copy of this user-friendly new book because:
- You can access ALL the banking law legislation you need from one single source
- It is written by members of Arthur Cox's banking law team... THE leading authority on this subject
- It will save you many hours trawling through a multitude of reference sources and will prove a huge asset to your business
- You will have a completely up-to-date legal resource to hand at all times
Part 1: Central Bank Legislation
Part 2: Licensing and Supervision Regulations
Part 3: Deposit Guarantee Schemes
Part 4: Payments
Part 5: Financial Transfers
Part 6: Bills of Exchange and Cheques
Part 7: Netting and Financial Collateral
Part 8: Consumer Credit
Part 9: Distance Marketing
Part 10: Banker's Books Evidence Acts
Part 11: Dormant Accounts
Part 12: Trustee Savings Banks
Part 13: Building Societies
Written by the leading authority on this subject
A firm that is rated highly by the market, Arthur Cox has established itself as an extremely effective operator in the areas of banking and capital markets. Contemporaries said that "traditionally the firm has a large domestic practice, but they now have a strong international practice". IFLR 1000: The Guide to the World's Leading Financial Law Firms, 2007.
William Johnston - an economics graduate of Trinity College Dublin, is head of the Banking Group in Arthur Cox. Admitted as a solicitor in 1979, William has extensive experience in banking and finance transactions in particular bond and other debt finance transactions, tier 1 capital issues, syndicated loans, aircraft finance, secured lending, consumer credit and bank regulation.
Orla O'Connor - a law graduate of Trinity College Dublin and Oxford University, is a partner in Arthur Cox and head of a group which advises on bank regulation and financing arrangements.
Charlotte Henry- a law graduate of Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand, is an associate in Arthur Cox working out of their London office advising on finance and structured finance.