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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2009Potential of, scope for, and obstacles facing the hedge fund industry in MaltaDe Domenico, Adam (2009)
2009Master of Arts in Law 2009University of Malta. Faculty of Laws
2009Master of Arts in Financial Services 2009University of Malta. Faculty of Laws
2009Consumer law : a historical perspective of the years 1930 to 1994Grima Jason (2009)
2009A comparative study of the international legal personalities of collective security and defence organisations 1919-2005Galea Roberts, Neville (2009)
2009The margin of appreciation doctrine : a legitimate device or the trojan horse of the European convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms?Grima, Sarah (2009)
2009The status of non-state actors in international lawAquilina, Saviour (2009)
2009Capital adequacy and internal modelsVassallo, Ray
2009Special classes of shares : a departure from the 'One Share, One Vote' principlePace, Christine
2009The exercise of discretion by trustees under Maltese lawMifsud Parker, Priscilla
2009A critical analysis of the requirements introduced by the third money laundering directive and their implication for privacy and confidentialityGrixti, Isabella
2009Aspects of Anti-CFC rules and their relevance to MaltaGrech, Louella
2009Investor protection regulation in an era of converging retail financial productsGonzi, David (2009)
2009Quantitative techniques measurements for operational risk faced by banks licensed under the Malta Financial Services AuthorityGalea, Mariosa (2009)
2009The EU banking supervisory framework : a shield against banking islovency?Caruana, Leonard
2009Governance and disclosure : a standards based approach to the regulation of hedge fundsCaruana Curran, Gianluca
2009The case for the amendment of the VAT laws on financial servicesAzzopardi, Ramona Marie
2009The prospectus directive : an instrument for the facilitation of a community wide capital marketMiceli Demajo, Melanie (2009)
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18

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