Cross-border Electronic Banking addresses everything from the changes made to payment clearing since the deregulation of cross-border flows of funds, to the development of capital adequacy ratios and the Euro. This insightful and revealing book, backed up by extensive practical experience, will alert you to the ways that electronic banking practices affect even the simplest daily transactions, and will unveil the legal technicalities imposed by these developments.
Table of Contents
Foreword, Introduction, Contributors, Table of Cases, Table of Legislation, CHAPTER 1: INTERNATIONAL FUNDS TRANSFERS: MECHANISMS AND LAWS, CHAPTER 2: WHOLESALE FUND TRANSFERS — UCC ARTICLE 4A, CHAPTER 3: DEMATERIALISATION OF SHIPPING DOCUMENTS, CHAPTER 4: THE BOLERO SYSTEM, CHAPTER 5: PAYMENT SYSTEMS, DATA PROTECTION AND CROSS-BORDER DATA FLOWS, APPENDICES TO CHAPTER 5, CHAPTER 6: CONSUMER ELECTRONIC BANKING, CHAPTER 7: PAYMENT SYSTEMS FOR E-COMMERCE, CHAPTER 8: ELECTRONIC MONEY, CHAPTER 9: THE COMPUTERISATION OF THE SECURITIES MARKETS: FROM SECURITIES TO INTERESTS IN SECURITIES, Index
Ian Walden is Professor of Information and Communications Law and head of the Institute of Computer and Communications Law in the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London.
Chris Reed is Professor of Electronic Commerce Law at Queen Mary, University of London