Law and regulation for global financial markets: enforcing the new regime – incentive or deterrence?

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This paper comments on the current proposals for change to the mechanisms by which private individuals can seek redress (collective or otherwise) against financial institutions operating in the UK. Having summarised briefly the existing regime and considered the proposals and options for change, it analyses the policy implications of those proposals and discusses how they interrelate with the trend towards an enhanced enforcement regime in the public sphere and the growing use of criminal sanctions against institutions and individuals.

Document Type: Regular Paper


Publication date: July 1, 2010

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  • Law and Financial Markets Review is a new, independent, English language journal devoted to providing high quality information, comment and analysis for lawyers specialising in banking and financial market issues and to others with interests in legal and regulatory developments affecting the financial markets. Published bi-monthly LFMR contains articles written by leading experts providing a forum for practical guidance on, as well as reflective and topical analysis of, all major jurisdictions, with a particular focus on the interaction between the law and market practice and behaviour.
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