Organisation and administration of banks and financial institutions
Banks and their customers
Bank's duty of confidentiality
Types of accounts
Opening of accounts and termination of relationships
Banks and finance
Security for bank loans
Other types of securities for bank loans
Money laundering and financial crime and banks
Insolvency, dissolution and liquidation of banks and financial institutions
Appendix A. The bank of Zambia act 43 of 1996
The Bank of Zambia foreign currency regulations
The Bank of Zambia minimum liquidity ratios and reserve requirements notice
The Bank of Zambia credit guarantee scheme regulations
The Bank of Zambia call in and surrender of currency regulations
Appendix. The Banking and Financial Services Act.
Understanding Banking Law in Zambia is the first text to explain and analyse banking law in Zambia. The book introduces the reader to, inter alia, bank regulation, central banking, duties of banks, confidentiality, cheques, security for bank loans, financial crimes and money laundering. The Bank of Zambia Act and the Banking and Financial Services Act are included in the book as appendices for ease of reference. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Cape Town : Juta, in association with the University of Lusaka, 2015.
Book — xviii, 454 pages : forms ; 14 cm.
Competent authority for securities regulation
Market structure for public distribution of securities
Registration and listing of securities
Collective investment schemes
Prohibition of market abuses
Mergers and takeovers
Conduct of securities business
Understanding Securities Law and Regulation in Zambia contains commentary in and analysis of securities law in Zambia. The book examines the fiduciary duties of financial intermediaries, the legal and regulatory framework for collective investment schemes, takeovers, mergers and insider dealing. Understanding Securities Law and Regulation in Zambia is the first text to explain and analyse Zambian securities law and in addition, provides the reader with the statutes for ease of reference. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
"This publication reflects on the voices of rural people in the ongoing constitutional reform and constitution making process in Zambia which was initiated by the late President Dr Levy Patrick Mwanawasa SC, in 2003. It addresses the concerns of the people who are often left out of organized governmental structures and elite dominated politics"--Preface.