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This authoritative book scrutinizes the development of banking confidentiality, and considers recent fundamental changes in the law and practice relating to it. Robert Stokes discusses the many challenging issues arising from the need to preserve private rights, whilst maintaining a satisfactory balance with public interest imperatives that require disclosure. The author also provides a comprehensive analysis of recent legislative reform surrounding money laundering and terrorist financing (in both the UK and USA), and the growth of data protection and human rights law.
Author information: Robert A. Stokes, Lecturer in Law, University of Liverpool, UK