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Title Research handbook on Asian financial law / edited by Douglas W. Arner (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong), Wai Yee Wan (Singapore Management University, Singapore), Andrew Godwin (The University of Melbourne, Australia), Wei Shen (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China) and Evan Gibson (faculty of law, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong).

Published Northampton : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020.


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Physical description 1 online resource (608 pages).
Series Research handbooks in financial law series
Research handbooks in financial law.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Contents: Part I: Introduction and conceptual framework -- 1. Introduction to research handbook on asian financial law / Douglas W. Arner, Wai Yee Wan, Andrew Godwin, Wei Shen, and Evan Gibson -- 2. The historical development of financial regulatory principles: influences on Asia-Pacific systemic supervision / Evan Gibson and Douglas W. Arner -- 3. Trends and theory in financial regulation and regulatory design after the global financial crisis / Steve Kourabas -- Part II: Financial regulation in Asia -- 4. Financial regulatory models in the Asia-Pacific - a case study in diversity / Andrew Godwin -- 5. Bank resolution / Christian Hofmann -- 6. Networked securities markets: from cross-listing to direct connection / David C. Donald -- 7. Regulation of derivatives in Asia: when technology meets financial engineering / Christopher Chen -- 8. Internationalization of Renminbi: offshore Renminbi businesses, offshore renminbi centres and Renminbi's reserve currency status / Wei Shen -- Part III: Financial integration in Asia -- 9. Understanding ASEAN integration and trade / Deborah Elms and Minh Hue Nguyen -- 10. Cross-border regulation of securities markets in ASEAN / Wai Yee Wan -- 11. ASEAN bond markets: developments and challenges / Tir Srinopnikom -- 12. Consumer financial dispute resolution in a time of increased regulatory scrutiny / Vivien Chen, Andrew Godwin and Ian Ramsay -- 13. Depositor preference and deposit insurance schemes - challenges for regulatory convergence and regulatory coordination in Asia / Angus Chan, Andrew Godwin and Ian Ramsay -- 14. Cross-border insolvency in east Asia: cooperation and convergence / Casey G. Watters -- Part IV: Country studies -- 15. Anti-'grey rhino': prudential regulation and bank resolution in China / Simin Gao -- 16. China's puzzling banking and shadow banking sectors after the global financial crisis / Wei Shen -- 17. Macau banking law and financial institutions / Leong Cheng Hang -- 18. Indonesian financial laws: banking, insolvency and taxation / Tim Lindsey and Simon Butt -- 19. The development of Islamic banking and finance: the Malaysian experience / Nik Norzrul Thani and Ili Rahilah Ibrahim -- 20. Financial regulation in New Zealand: optimizing twin peaks / Helen Dervan and Simon Jensen -- 21. Financial consumer protection in Singapore / Dora Neo -- Part V: Fintech and innovative finance -- 22. FinTech and its regulation in Hong Kong / Douglas W. Arner, Evan Gibson, and Janos Barberis -- 23. Recent developments of Japanese laws and regulations on FinTech / Tetsuo Morishita -- 24. Lessons from Mt Gox: practical considerations for a virtual currency insolvency / Stacey Steele and Tetsuo Morishita -- 25. Financial regulation as interagency competition? The saga of venture capital rule-making in China / Sirui Han and Chao Xi -- 26. Is a bird in the hand worth two in the bush? Reflections on equity crowdfunding regulation in Taiwan / Chang-hsien Tsai -- 27. Sandboxes and bridges - the impact of FinTech on regulatory convergence and coordination in Asia / Lev Bromberg, Andrew Godwin and Ian Ramsay -- Index.
Summary "This comprehensive Research Handbook provides an in-depth analysis of the different financial law approaches, legal systems and trends throughout Asia. Considering how reforms following the crises have been critical for the development and growth of the region, this insightful book explores a broad range of post-crisis financial regulatory issues. It also examines how inconsistent and divergent approaches to financial market regulation are curtailing the region's potential. By focusing on the legal frameworks and regulatory models at a national level, this innovative Research Handbook addresses opportunities and challenges for financial markets and convergence in the region. Key topics include the different legal and regulatory approaches to common issues, such as banking regulation and resolution, FinTech, insolvency frameworks and ASEAN financial market integration. Specific regulatory approaches are discussed in relation to areas such as Renminbi internationalization, Islamic banking and finance, shadow banking, crowdfunding, venture capital, derivatives, bond and securities markets. The book concludes with an analysis of the impact of FinTech on regulatory convergence in Asia. The Research Handbook on Asian Financial Law will be of great value to law students, academics and policy-makers working across a diverse range of fields including financial regulation, Asian studies, banking resolution and insolvency"-- Provided by publisher.
Notes Description based on print record.
Other author Arner, Douglas W., editor.
Wan, Wai Yee, editor.
Godwin, Andrew, editor.
Shen, Wei, editor.
Gibson, Evan, editor.
Edward Elgar Publishing, publisher.
Subject Finance -- Law and legislation -- Asia.
Financial crises -- Asia.
Finance -- Asia.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781788972208 (e-book)