|Titel:||Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability – 2nd ed Looseleaf|
|Förlag:||Oxford University Press|
|Pris: 2724 SEK exkl. moms |
|This exciting new loose-leaf text considers the applicable regime including the regulatory framework and statutory claims under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, together with traditional 'professional negligence' claims based on contract and tort against financial advisers, brokers, other intermediaries and product providers. There are now two new chapters dedicated to the FSA's extension in regulatory powers to include the conduct of mortgage business (MCOB) and of general insurance business (ICOB) written by experts from Burges-Salmon Solicitors. |
In addition, the authors look at the FSA's increasing focus on financial promotion, together with the new Financial Promotion Order 2005 and updated FSA guidance. The text incorporates recent case law (such as Beary v Pall Mall Investments, Seymour v Caroline Ockwell & Co) and the impact of more recent financial scandals, including the continuing fall-out of Equitable Life's collapse, endowment mortgage complaints and 'precipice bonds' or SCARPS. Development in the case law on limitation and causation, and the approach of the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) to cases within its jurisdiction are also considered.