You may be interested in some of the recent items we’ve purchased for use by students and staff in the School.
The Law and Practice of International Finance series is your definitive guide to international finance. It considers the full range of topics across nine volumes, setting out the law and practice of trading assets on the international markets. This essential work, by one of the leading finance specialists of a generation, provides a simple, unified and distilled account of the whole topic. It sets out complex products in simple terms, alongside providing practical guidance on the structuring of deals and agreements, negotiating points and sample precedents. Over 321 jurisdictions are surveyed, providing the broadest possible perspective on the international financial markets.
While we have previously had access to some editions of these individual titles, we now hold the complete series with the most up to date editions of each text in both print and ebook:
- Volume 1: Principles of International Insolvency (3rd edn)
- Volume 2: International Insolvency: Jurisdictions of the World
- Volume 3: Comparative Law of Security Interests and Title Finance (3rd edn)
- Volume 4: Security Interests and Title Finance: Jurisdictions of the World
- Volume 5: International Loans, Bonds, Guarantees and Legal Opinions (3rd edn)
- Volume 6: Set-off and Netting, Derivatives and Clearing Systems (3rd edn)
- Volume 7: Project finance, Securitisations and Subordinated Debt (3rd edn)
- Volume 8: Conflict of Laws and International Finance (2nd edn)
- Volume 9: Regulation of International Finance (2nd edn)
For access to the print copies of these texts, please visit DiscoverEd to find out more about their location in the Law Library. These titles are also available as ebooks on Westlaw Books, which you can access via Westlaw UK.
For more information about the titles included in this series, visit the Sweet & Maxwell publisher website, which provides a synopsis of the contents of each volume.
If you have suggestions for books you’d like us to purchase for the library, students can use the Student Request A Book (RAB) service. Staff members can follow the procedure on the Library Support intranet page.