Securities Dispute Resolution in China is a comprehensive and detailed study of the increasingly important issue of how cases involving securities are dealt with by Chinese courts, commissions and other administrative authorities and by arbitration and mediation in the PRC. The work identifies the nature and types of securities disputes and the various procedures, including alternative dispute resolution, used to address them.
This timely, groundbreaking book is particularly relevant at a time of growing foreign investment in China's securities market. The volume will be an invaluable resource for researchers and practitioners in developed as well as emerging markets.
Contents: Preface; Introduction; The legal, regulatory and judicial framework; The share issuing and trading market; Government and enterprise bond markets; The securities repurchase market; Commodity and financial futures markets; Civil litigation arising from false statements on the securities market; The development of securities dispute resolution in China; Conclusion; Bibliography; Indexes.
About the Author: Sanzhu Zhu is Lecturer in Chinese Commercial Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK.
Reviews: 'At a time when the expansion of China's securities market opportunity is matched by questions over regulations and investor confidence, Dr. Zhu's volume offers an invaluable in-depth study of securities regulation and dispute resolution in the PRC. Drawing on extensive research in regulatory texts and judicial decisions, Professor Zhu adds welcome clarity to a difficult and complex field. This will be a useful volume for practitioners and scholars alike.'
Dr Pitman Potter, University of British Columbia, Canada
'An illuminating account of civil and commercial litigation in China's securities industry. Drawing on a rich canvas of court cases, Professor Zhu shows how the courts play an increasingly important role in fostering the development of the industry.'
Lester Ross, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, Beijing, China
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