Foreign Exchange Market

Hierarchical Display of Foreign exchange market Finance > Monetary economics > Exchange policy
Finance > Monetary relations > Monetary relations
Finance > Free movement of capital > Futures market
Finance > Free movement of capital > Free movement of capital > Capital […]

Professional Secret

Hierarchical Display of Professional secret Employment And Working Conditions > Labour law and labour relations > Labour law
Employment And Working Conditions > Labour law and labour relations > Organisation of professions > Professional ethics
Social Questions > Health > Health policy > […]

International Economic Law

Legal Issues International economic law is more likely to fall under the rubric of public international law, as it deals with international economic relationships between states. See, for example, Petersmann, 'International Economic Theory and International Economic Law: On the Tasks of a […]

Exchange Control

The system by which a government regulates possession of and dealings in foreign exchange. The principal objective of exchange control is to allocate foreign exchange to necessary imports and expenditures. Normally, the finance ministry or central bank is invested with the authority to issue […]

Banking Supervision

Hierarchical Display of Banking supervision Finance > Financial institutions and credit > Banking
Finance > Free movement of capital > Financial market > Financial supervision
European Union > EU institutions and European civil service > EU office or agency > European Banking […]

Law of Banking

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Finance > Financial institutions and credit > Financial institution > Bank
Trade > Trade policy > Commercial law
Finance > Free movement of capital > Free movement of capital > Financial […]

Arbitrage

Summary of Arbitrage

The practice whereby foreign exchange or commodities are purchased in one market at lower cost and rapidly traded off in another, higher cost market. For example, if the pound sterling sells for $1.50 in Paris, but only $1.45 in New York, an arbitrageur could buy […]

Tax Avoidance

Tax Avoidance Definition Tax avoidance may be defined as the act of reducing taxation, it is about getting round the law to minimice a tax impact of any operation. Through tax avoidance, a taxpayer takes advantage of all legal opportunities to reduce his or her tax liability. An […]

Arbitration

Arbitration, reference of a dispute to an impartial person or persons, called arbitrators, for a decision or award based on evidence and arguments presented by the disputants. The parties involved usually agree to resort to arbitration in lieu of court proceedings to resolve an existing […]

Banking

Banking Definition Banking may be defined as transactions carried on by any individual or firm engaged in providing financial services to consumers, businesses, or government enterprises. In the broadest sense, a bank is a financial intermediary that performs one or more of the following […]

Financial Legislation

Hierarchical Display of Financial legislation Finance > Free movement of capital > Free movement of capital
Finance > Financing and investment > Investment > Investment policy > Regulation of investments
Finance > Financial institutions and credit > Banking > Law of banking
Law > […]

Commercial law

Commercial law Introduction to Commercial Law Commercial Law, body of law that relates to commerce and business transactions. Commercial law includes the laws that pertain to sales; negotiable instruments, such as checks and promissory notes; carriage by land and sea; insurance; brokerage; […]

Computer Applications

Hierarchical Display of Computer applications Education And Communications > Information technology and data processing > Computer systems
Finance > Financial institutions and credit > Banking > Electronic banking
Science > Natural and applied sciences > Applied sciences > Information […]

Banking Secrecy

Hierarchical Display of Banking secrecy Finance > Financial institutions and credit > Banking
Employment And Working Conditions > Labour law and labour relations > Labour law > Professional secret
Finance > Taxation > Tax system > Tax avoidance Banking secrecy Concept of Banking secrecy […]

Electronic Banking

Hierarchical Display of Electronic banking Finance > Financial institutions and credit > Banking
Finance > Monetary economics > Money market > Money > Deposit money > Electronic money
Education And Communications > Information technology and data processing > Computer systems > Computer […]