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Deposit insurance has risen rapidly across the world. It was accelerated by the rash of financial crises that have struck in recent years. The contributions to this volume strike a fascinating balance between the interest of regulators, the view of academics as to how the issues should be handled, and the interests of banks and their depositors.
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About the Author
ANDREW CAMPBELL is Director at the Centre for Business Law and Practice at the University of Leeds, UK, and Consulting Counsel on banking law to the Legal Department of the International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C., USA. He holds a practising certificate as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court in England and Wales. He is co-author, with Peter Cartwright, of Banks in Crisis: The Legal Response, and co-author of Butterworths Annotated Guide to the Financial Services and Markets Act.
JOHN RAYMOND LABROSSE is Secretary General of the International Association of Deposit Insurers (IADI). Before joining IADI, he was Director of International Affairs, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation where he was responsible for CIDC's relationships with other deposit insurers around the world and, at the same time, he was the Executive Director of the Financial Stability Forum's Study and Working Groups on Deposit Insurance.
DAVID G. MAYES is Adviser to the Board of the Bank of Finland; Professor of Economics at London South Bank University, UK; Adjunct Professor at the University of Canterbury; and visiting Professor at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He has published widely on monetary policy and financial stability and is advisor to several central banks.
DALVINDER SINGH is Senior Lecturer in Law at Oxford Brookes University, UK, and Managing Editor of the Journal of Banking Regulation. He is also Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, UK, and has acted as a consultant to the International Monetary Fund.