While a growing number of high profile financial crime cases have hit the headlines recently the topic of financial crime is also generating much attention amongst academics and practitioners. This series will be the first to be dedicated to the law of financial, or economic, crime and offers a platform for important and original research in this area.
Books in the series will cover traditional subjects of financial crime including money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, market abuse, insider dealing, market manipulation, tax evasion, bribery and corruption. But broader legal and regulatory issues will also be covered as well as emerging areas of concern such as the risks to stability of the financial system posed by financial crime. Emphasis will be placed on comparative approaches to the subject considering legislation across a number of jurisdictions as well as international regulations where appropriate, giving the series a truly global outlook.
The titles in the series are primarily aimed at an audience of researchers, scholars and practitioners in the area but should also be of interest to policy makers, law enforcement agencies, financial regulatory agencies, as well as people employed within the financial services sector.
Nicholas Ryder is Professor in Financial Crime, Bristol Law School, Faculty of Business and Law, the University of the West of England, UK.
Dr. Lachmi Singh is Associate Lecturer, Bristol Law School, University of the West of England, UK.
Regulatory Responses to Fraud and Market Manipulation in the Financial Markets An Analysis of United Kingdom and the United States of America
FinTech, Artificial Intelligence and the Law Regulation and Crime Prevention
Regulating and Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing The Law in Emerging Economies
Corporate Liability for Insider Trading
Ownership, Financial Accountability and the Law Transparency Strategies and Counter-Initiatives
By Sarah Kebbell
November 30, 2021
Money laundering is a global issue and there is evidence that the services provided by the legal profession may be misused to launder the proceeds of crime. This book explores the experiences of professionals within Top 50 law firms when seeking to comply with the UK’s anti-money laundering (AML) ...
By Rinita Sarker
November 30, 2021
In September 2007, the collapse of the United States sub-prime mortgage market resulted in the global meltdown of the financial markets. This led in turn to the collapse of many international financial institutions including Northern Rock, Bradford and Bingley, American Insurance Group, Freddy Mac,...
Edited By Alison Lui, Nicholas Ryder
July 30, 2021
This collection critically explores the use of financial technology (FinTech) and artificial intelligence (AI) in the financial sector and discusses effective regulation and the prevention of crime. Focusing on crypto-assets, InsureTech and the digitisation of financial dispute resolution, the book...
By Dominic Thomas-James
July 16, 2021
This book considers the ability of island jurisdictions with financial centres to meet the expectations of the international community in addressing the threats posed to themselves and others by their innocent (or otherwise) facilitation of the receipt of suspect wealth. In the global financial ...
By Khaled S. Al-Rashidi
March 23, 2021
This book examines the phenomenon of ‘grand corruption’ in Kuwait and the pattern in the wider region. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the work places corruption in its sociological, political and economic context to explore the relationship between the characteristics of Kuwait as a state ...
By Nkechikwu Valerie Azinge-Egbiri
March 02, 2021
This book analytically reviews the impact of the global anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT) framework on the compliance trajectory of a number of jurisdictions to this framework. The work begins by examining the international financial sector reform and its evolution to...
By Katie Benson
April 20, 2020
The role played by legal professionals in the laundering of criminal proceeds generated by others has become a priority concern for authorities at national and international levels. This ground-breaking book presents an in-depth empirical analysis of the nature of lawyers’ involvement in the ...
Edited By Nicholas Ryder, Lorenzo Pasculli
March 03, 2020
Globalisation has opened new avenues to corruption. Corrupt practices are proliferating not only within national borders but across different countries. Despite many national and international anti-corruption bodies and strategies, corruption far from being eradicated. There is an urgent global ...
Edited By Chris Monaghan, Nicola Monaghan
February 25, 2020
The Fraud Act 2006 presented a wholesale reform of the pre-existing deception offences under the Theft Act 1968 and Theft Act 1978. This edited collection offers a critical evaluation of fraud legislation and provides a review of the Fraud Act 2006 within the context of measures introduced within ...
By Juliette Overland
May 28, 2019
Corporate Liability for Insider Trading examines the reasons why there have been no successful criminal prosecutions, or successful contested civil proceedings, against corporations for insider trading, and analyses the various rationales for prohibiting insider trading. It reviews the insider ...
By Paul Beckett
May 23, 2019
There is something visceral about ownership. This is mine; you can’t have it. This is mine; you can share it. This is ours. Try to find it. Contemporary literature and investigative journalism are showing that the scale of the problem of tax evasion, money laundering, organised crime, terrorism, ...
Edited By Jane Ellis
May 02, 2019
The problem of corruption, however described, dates back thousands of years. Professionals working in areas such as development studies, economics and political studies, were the first to most actively analyse and publish on the topic of corruption and its negative impacts on economies, societies ...