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Nearly all major global financial centres have developed systems of consumer financial dispute resolution. Such systems aim to assist parties to resolve a growing number of monetary disputes with financial institutions. How governments and self-regulatory organizations design and administer financial dispute resolution mechanisms in the context of increasingly turbulent financial markets is a new area for research and practice. Consumer Financial Dispute Resolution in a Comparative Context presents comparative research about the development and design of these mechanisms in East Asia, North America and Europe. Using a comparative methodology and drawing on empirical findings from a multi-jurisdictional survey, Shahla F. Ali examines the emergence of global principles that influence the design of financial dispute resolution models, considers the structural variations between the ombuds and arbitration systems, and offers practical proposals for reform.
|Publication date:||8th August 2019|
|Author:||Shahla F. (The University of Hong Kong) Ali|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Civil procedure, litigation & dispute resolution, Financial law, Comparative law,|
Shahla F. Ali is an Assistant Professor of Law in the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, where her teaching and research focus on arbitration and dispute resolution, law and development, and commercial contracts in a comparative context.More About Shahla F. (The University of Hong Kong) Ali