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Banking and Finance Dispute Resolution in Hong Kong: The Suitability of Arbitration in Private Disputes

Banking and Finance Dispute Resolution in Hong Kong: The Suitability of Arbitration in Private Disputes
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This book examines the concept of “Naming, Blaming, Claiming” in the application of arbitration for private banking dispute resolution. With dispute resolution proving to be a barrier for efficient operation of private banking, the author focuses on examining the Hong Kong context, blending theory and empirical evidence to provide readers with an understanding of how current disputes are resolved within the banking and finance industry, which will enable them to explore possible effective and efficient mechanisms to resolve their own financial disputes.

The book offers a comprehensive review of the laws and regulations governing the private banking industry in Hong Kong and selected jurisdictions, as well as how they are implemented. It examines the clients’ perceptions through an innovative methodology for empirical studies. Describing how clients react to the laws and regulations and the potential adverse impacts to the stability of the banking industry, the author identifies possible factors that could trigger another financial crisis. Synthesising his analysis, the author proposes newly discovered self-corrective mechanisms embedded among clients and concludes with policy recommendations. Directly relevant to banking practitioners, particularly legal and compliance departments, and senior management, the book is also written for legal professionals interested in the practices of dispute resolution in banking and finance. Additional readerships will include bank regulators, government officials and policy makers, researchers and those involved in courses in banking and financial law.

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List of Tables
Table of Cases
List of Abbreviations
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Private Banking In Hong Kong
Chapter 3 – Arbitration and Dispute Resolution for Banks in Hong Kong
Chapter 4 – Unfolding The Clients’ Perspective: Knowledge Versus Experience
Chapter 5 – The Transformation of Disputes – Case Studies
Chapter 6 – The Self-Corrective Mechanism for Dispute "Elimination"