Banking Law - 4th Edition, by John Breslin and Elizabeth Corcoran

Authors : John Breslin and Elizabeth Corcoran
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 18/12/2018
ISBN: 9780414061774
Jurisdiction: Ireland

John Breslin and Elizabeth Corcoran's fourth edition of Banking Law provides practitioners with a comprehensive analysis of all aspects of Irish law relating to banks and banking services. There is an extensive analysis of the new regulatory structures under the EU Capital Requirements regime, and the new edition discusses important Irish developments in terms of statute and case law

This essential desktop companion gives you:

  • Coverage of the statutory structure for the regulation of banks
  • Complete information on anti-money laundering and terrorist finance provisions
  • An in-depth explanation of civil law issues concerning the bank and its customers
  • Full discussion of the law of payment instruments
  • Coverage of forms of security
  • Updates on the enforcement of security

New to this Edition:

  • Detailed analysis of regulatory regime in the light of important changes at EU level
  • Comprehensive discussion of Central Bank regulatory powers under recent amending legislation
  • Up-to-date review of case law applicable to the bank-customer relationship
  • Analysis of law relating to taking security in the light of the Companies Act 2014 ("CA 2014")
  • Analysis of security enforcement options in the light of CA 2014

About the Authors

John is the author of "Banking Law", which is the pre-eminent text in Ireland on the topic. It is now in its fourth edition and is regularly updated. John has practised as a barrister and a solicitor in both the UK and in Ireland and in 2011 was appointed as a Senior Counsel. John is a partner in Maples and Calder's Dublin office and is a leading expert in banking and financial services regulatory law.

Elizabeth Corcoran is a practising barrister, specialising in banking and financial services law. Elizabeth has acted for financial institutions and customers in diverse proceedings and has recently completed doctoral research on the interplay between financial regulation and equity.