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Author Nakajima, Chizu.

Title Conflicts of interest and duty : a comparative analysis in Anglo-Japanese law / by Chizu Nakajima
Published The Hague ; Boston : Kluwer Law Intern., 1999


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Description xxvii, 316 pages ; 25 cm
Series Studies in comparative corporate and financial law ; 3
Studies in comparative corporate and financial law ; 3
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. The Duties of Financial Intermediaries in English Law with Particular Reference to Conflicts of Interest -- Ch. 3. Conflicts of Interest in Japan -- Ch. 4. Imputation of Knowledge -- Ch. 5. Duties of Adviser and Information Provider -- Ch. 6. Insider Dealing Regulation in the UK -- Ch. 7. Insider Dealing Regulation in Japan -- Ch. 8. Money Laundering in the UK: The Potential for Conflict -- Ch. 9. Anti-Money Laundering Legislation and its Implications for Financial Institutions in Japan -- Ch. 10. The 'Chinese Wall' -- Ch. 11. A Conclusion - To Conflict?
Summary "The almost relentless concentration of capital and the amalgamation of services within the financial services industries of the UK, the US and Japan have created an unparalleled potential for the development and exploitation of conflicts of interest and duty."--BOOK JACKET. "Conflicts of Interest and Duty focuses on the identification, control and implications of conflicts of interest and duty in these three major financial markets. The pervading effect of US securities law is analysed, as is the pragmatism of the English common law, and the hybrid response of Japanese law and regulators."--BOOK JACKET
Notes "Institute of Advanced Legal Studies."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Financial services industry -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.
Conflict of interests -- Great Britain.
Financial services industry -- Law and legislation -- Japan.
Conflict of interests -- Japan.
Financial services industry -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Conflict of interests -- United States.
Author University of London. Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
LC no. 99209438
ISBN 9041196986