This practical glossary compiles a list of over 140 most common financial laws & regulations you’re likely to encounter in alphabetical order.
Financial laws and rules govern what financial institutions such as banks, brokers and investment companies can do.
These rules are generally put into effect by government regulators or international groups to protect investors, maintain orderly markets and promote financial stability.
After the 2008 financial crisis, governments across the world were empowered to push for financial reforms designed to provide greater transparency of transactions and reduce risk, in order to make financial systems more stable and better regulated and to make global markets safer.
This practical glossary compiles a list of 140 most common financial laws & regulations you’re likely to encounter in alphabetical order.
Knowing financial law is crucial to appreciating the creation and formation of banking and financial regulation, as well as the legal framework for finance generally.
Understanding the legal implications of transactions and structures such as an indemnity, or overdraft is crucial to appreciating their effect in financial transactions.
Every financial term is explained in detail, with clear and concise article style description and practical examples.
Financial regulation has also influenced the structure of banking sectors by increasing the variety of financial products available. Financial regulation forms one of three legal categories which constitutes the content of financial law.
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This dictionary of financial laws & regulations provides comprehensive coverage of the terms used in banking and finance, ranging from personal bank accounts to international money markets.
This year’s edition Financial IQ Series of Laws & Regulations demonstrates that the legal implications of transactions and structures such as an indemnity, or overdraft is crucial to appreciating their effect in financial transactions. Although disputes arising from the 2008 financial crises are reaching their end, what might be termed ‘normal’ banking litigation has resumed, and is in no short supply.
I’m trying to get into the stock market at the moment. I have listened/watched/read several lecture’s online about what figures to analyze on an annual report (over years) to calculate the intrinsic value of a company and make an overall valuation and then decide if buying or not. However, to get the info from the SEC was a little intimidating, there are too many numbers and text. So I took this course. Tom really made a good job while going through each section and giving a general explanation and some tips that I didn’t care too much before. I liked the course overall. The only recommendation would be to explain what the expectation for every figure (specially financial statements) should be to help understand. This is only my opinion. Thank you.