Foreign Direct Investment And Corporate Networking : A Framework For Spatial Analysis Of Investment Conditions
This study analyses the geographical patterns in foreign direct investment flows by combining elements from the theory of international production and the theory of economic geography. It goes on to develop a model for explaining why foreign direct investment is attracted to certain locations.
This book focuses on the legal implications of how assets are held on behalf of investors by other parties (such as brokers, investment managers, specialist custodians and central depositaries) and in particular how the chosen method affects the legal rights of the investor over the assets in question. The impact of immobilisation, dematerialisation, fungible holdings and settlement practices are all considered. The book also covers the effect of the use of custody assets for security, the duties of custodians, the remedies of investors, cross-border custody and the regulatory response to custody business. An authoritative work for practitioners, academics and reference libraries specializing in financial services, banking and investment law, both in the UK and internationally, it provides one of the clearest and most up to date analyses of these subjects available.
Sarah Peck's Investment Ethics provides readers with the tools, examples, and exercises they need to understand ethical concepts and consequences in the practice of investments.
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