• Undermining Commercial and Banking Law and the Financial Crisis. Wall Street and London's Manipulation of the Law Which Led To The 08' Financial Crisi

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(I was born and raised in Kampala, Uganda before moving to Ottawa, Canada where I attended University and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Law. I then moved to the United Kingdom where I attained an LLM in International Commercial Law from the University of Kent. It is at this point that I began writing.)


This book outlines the origins of the current economic turmoil that begun in 2008 starting with the credit crunch and financial crisis in Wall Street and London, which led to a global financial crisis, which in turn led to a global economic crisis / recession. In examining the causes of the financial crisis, this book asserts that there was a deliberate and well orchestrated undermining of International Commercial Law, Banking Law and Financial Services Regulations by Banking establishments, financial institutions and the Financial Regulatory bodies that were meant to police them. The undermining of law however was not limited to the causes of the crisis but also resurfaced in the measures proposed to curb the financial and economic crisis. Wall Street and London caused the Problem and were relied upon to fix it.

MATERIAS: Commercial Law, Banking Law, Financial crisis