This handy reference and treatise contains an overview of international banking regulation. Written from the perspective of one engaged in international banking, this work illustrates the pattern of international bank regulation, the system's structure, the sources of governing law and the nature and reasons for the changes that give this field its peculiar volatility. This work is a must for the experienced practitioner or the neophyte representing a client whose interests involve international banking.
- Topical Coverage Includes:
- -United States Regulation of International Banking
- -International Bank Services
- -International Banks
- -Foreign Deposits
- -Communications Among Banks
- -Export Controls and Embargos
- -The Scope of International Banking
- -Bank Secrecy
- -International Monetary Exchange
Carl Felsenfeld, is Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law. He is a Former Vice President & Senior Attorney for Consumer and Commercial Financial Activities, Citicorp. Professor Felsenfeld was a charter member of the Federal Reserve Consumer Advisory Council, Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Committee on Consumer Financial Services, Advisor to the Commissioners on Uniform State Laws in their project to write an EFI law (Article 4A of the UCC) and a Representative to the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (EFT Model Law and International Insolvency Model Law). He is the author of numerous books, including: Banking Regulation in the United States, Felsenfeld on International Insolvency, The Law of Electronic Fund Transfers and Co-Author: International Insolvency.