International Finance in the 1990s

International Finance in the 1990s

by Joseph Norton
     
 
International Finance in the 1990s provides a global view of the most important and challenging issues confronting the international finance and business communities. An outstanding team of international authors has drawn together to give clear and practical assessments of the major issues.

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International Finance in the 1990s provides a global view of the most important and challenging issues confronting the international finance and business communities. An outstanding team of international authors has drawn together to give clear and practical assessments of the major issues.

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Produced in conjunction with the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary and Westfield College, U. of London, this volume is concerned with current themes and trends in international banking and finance as viewed from a perspective of practical challenges and opportunities for the private business sector. The 15 contributions are arranged in five parts: global considerations, international financial arrangements, trade-related financings, niche financings, and special legal concerns. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780631188766
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
10/15/1993
Pages:
456

Meet the Author

Joseph Norton is Cameron Markby Hewitt, Professorial Fellow in Banking Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, London, and Professor of Banking Law, SMU School of Law, Dallas, USA. He is also Counsel with Winstead Sechrest and Minick, PC, Dallas and London.

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