3 edition of Principles and practice of securities regulation in Singapore found in the catalog.
Principles and practice of securities regulation in Singapore
|LC Classifications||KPP91.4 .T58 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxiv, 420 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||420|
|LC Control Number||2004348753|
Written by Stephen J. Choi and A.C. Pritchard, two well-regarded young securities regulation scholars in the country today, this outstanding resource: <ul> <li> Begins with an introduction to the role of information in the decision making processes of investors, then takes up various topics in securities regulation using the framework developed in the first part of the text </li> <li> Examines the /5(17). This book exlains the practical measures and standards of New Insolvency Law from the practical view point. Details Principles, Practice and Forms of New Insolvency Law (Foreign Bankruptcy) 2nd Edition.
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This document sets out three objectives upon which securities regulation is based. Although there are local differences in market structures, these objectives form a basis for an effective system of securities regulation. The document also sets out thirty principles of securities regulation that give practical effect to the Size: KB. Principles of Business Law Syllabus Aims 1. Acquire an understanding of the principles of Common Law system within the students’ own legal system and how it affects their business life. 2. Acquire a knowledge of the legal environment in which businesses operate in .
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LexRead, This second edition covers legislative developments as well as changes and developments to the Securities Industry, SGX-ST ListingManual and the SGX-ST Business Rules. Substantive changes have been introduced by the Securities and Futures (Amendment) Acts ofand since the first edition of this book was published in Principles and practice of securities regulation in Singapore 2nd ed.
by Hans Tjio. Published by LexisNexis in Singapore, Dayton, Ohio. Written in EnglishPages: Principles And Practice Of Securities Regulation In Singapore. Home / Education & Training / Principles And Practice Of Securities Regulation In Singapore. Hover over an image to enlarge. S$ Availability: In stock quantity and since the first edition of this book.
1 Introduction --ch. 2 Securities regulation and regulatory authorities --ch. 3 The Legal framework for securities regulation --ch. 4 Market and internal exchange regulations --ch. 5 Listing, disclosure and corporate governance --ch.
6 Regulation of securities offerings --ch. 7 Licensing and regulation of securities market intermediaries. Principles and Practice of Securities Regulation in Singapore, 2nd Edition This second edition covers legislative developments as well as changes and developments to the Securities Industry, SGX-ST ListingManual and the SGX-ST Business Rules.
He has written and edited books on securities regulation, company and trust law, and is a contributor to Palmer’s Company Law (Geoffrey Morse ed). He was previously seconded to the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Ministry of Law.
The chapters of this book can be grouped broadly under the headings 'Institutions', 'Principles' and & 'Practices'. It is the most up-to-date Singapore legal system book around, written with students in mind and those who require a quick grounding in the legal system in Singapore.
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Get this from a library. Principles and practice of securities regulation in Singapore. [Hans Tjio]. This paper seeks to re-examine, and ultimately to restate the case for, principles-based securities regulation in light of the global financial crisis and related developments.
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2 The classic example of the difference between rules and principles involves speed limits. Principles and Practice of Securities Regulation in Singapore. 3 Foreword and Executive Summary This Document sets out 38 Principles of securities1 regulation, which are based upon three Objectives of securities regulation.
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