Journals Higher Education



Published: 27 July 2006

432 Pages

ISBN: 9780199296651

Bookseller Code (06)

Financial Services: Authorisation, Supervision and Enforcement

A Litigator's Guide

Jonathan Russen

  • It adopts a thematic approach, addressing topics on a chapter-by-chapter basis, rather than taking the form of an annotation of the (not always logically ordered) provisions of FSMA. The book is designed to be both
  • It contains extensive cross-referencing to secondary legislation and the FSA Handbook. No book on financial services can attempt to summarise the numerous rules made by the FSA or the Treasury pursuant to the provisions of FSMA. However, the book contains invaluable cross-references, and in many instances, summaries of the rules contained within the FSA Handbook and relevant statutory instruments
  • It draws upon the general litigation experience of the author as a practising barrister.Litigators will be able to read the book with a ready understanding of the
  • It takes account of case law (both under FSMA 2000 and in relation to relevant areas of criminal and civil procedure) decided since the enactment of FSMA as well as recent changes both in the FSA's procedures and provisions of substantive law. The practitioner will be able to rely upon the book as providing an up-to-date in areas (eg. the law of market abuse or the procedure of the Regulatory Decisions Committee) which have been subject to radical change and where other books published shortly after the enactment of FSMA are simply out of date
  • It is supported by an appendix containing the principal statutory provisions explained in the book. Whilst the book attempts to be something quite different from an annotated guide to FSMA 2000, the appendix will ensure that the book provides the reader with a self-contained manual on the topics addressed within it

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