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Financial Services Regulation in the Middle East and Africa

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This book provides a comprehensive explanation of the financial services regulatory framework in 19 countries in the Middle East and Africa region, provided by leading commercial law firms in the jurisdictions. The analysis includes a description of the nature of the regulatory regime; recent regulatory developments; analysis of the regulatory bodies, their policies, operational activity and relationships; scope of regulatory responsibilities, their application and legal basis; explanation of the international context; future developments expected. Contributors to this volume - Botswana - Collins Newman & Co. Egypt - Trowers & Hamlins in association with Nour Law Office Gambia - Ida D Drameh & Associates Ghana - Laryea, Laryea & Co. P.C Israel - Herzog Fox & Neeman Jordan - Khalifeh &Partners Kenya - Kaplan & Stratton, Advocates Kuwait - The Law Office of Al-Essa, Al-Bader and Partners Lebanon - Etude Badri & Salim El Meouchi Libya - MTL Law Office Mauritius - Chambers of Sir Hamid Moollan QC Nigeria - Aluko & Oyebode Oman - Trowers & Hamlins Qatar - Law Offices of Sultan M. Al-Abdulla Saudi Arabia - Baker Botts LLP South Africa - Bowman Gilfillan Syria - Law Office of Mazen Khaddour & Associates Tanzania - FK Law Chambers United Arab Emirates - Afridi & Angell

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  • ,, 2004. "Financial Services Regulation in the Middle East and Africa," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9781904501435.
  • Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks:9781904501435
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