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Banking and Finance Client Strategies in the Middle East and Africa: Leading Lawyers on Protecting Clients, Meeting Compliance Challenges, and Navigating the Local Legal and Judicial Systems

Banking and Finance Client Strategies in the Middle East and Africa: Leading Lawyers on Protecting Clients, Meeting Compliance Challenges, and Navigating the Local Legal and Judicial Systems (Paperback)

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Banking and Finance Client Strategies in the Middle East and Africa is an authoritative, insiders perspective on key strategies for representing banking and finance clients in the Middle East and Africa. Featuring partners from law firms across the region, including top attorneys from the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, and South Africa, these experts guide the reader through the history and development of finance law in these countries and discuss recent economic trends, pending regulatory changes, and noteworthy cases. These top lawyers reveal their advice on developing client relationships, meeting compliance challenges, reviewing contracts, assessing risk, and resolving disputes. From recognizing the motivations of clients entering into regional financial markets to understanding the impact of local politics on this area of law, these authors reveal regional characteristics that are important to understand for both local and international attorneys. Additionally, these leaders discuss the effects of the current global financial crisis on banking and finance law in their part of the world. The different niches represented and the breadth of perspectives presented enable readers to get inside some of the great legal minds of today, as these experienced lawyers offer up their thoughts around the keys to navigating banking and finance law in the Middle East and Africa.

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