The Law Of Transnational Securitization
The Law of Transnational Securitization
The Law of Transnational Securitization focuses on the legal aspects of securitization from a comparative and systemic perspective. It identifies specific problems that arise in the field of securitization, including transnational problems, and shows how to solve them within the legal and regulatory framework. The book covers securitization from a UK, European and US perspective throughout including reference to other jurisdictions including India.This work focuses on the legal aspects of securitization from a comparative and systemic perspective Transnational approach looks at UK, European and US perspective and includes reference to other jurisdictions including India. Identifies specific problems that arise in the field of securitization and shows how to solve them within the legal and regulatory framework Analyzes the role of securitization in the credit crisis. Including coverage of the interaction of securitization with creditor protection rules in the context of insolvency law and full consideration of conflicts of laws and extraterritorial jurisdiction issues.
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|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
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