This book explores consumer protection in the major financial markets in the world and provides an international comparison among the countries of different cultural background and economic development. Each chapter describes the major issues of financial consumption in the selected country and the efforts to counter the problems of financial consumption. The innovation and renovation in the financial institutions and the public policies for consumer protection are also analyzed for their potential impacts on the future development of financial markets.
Table of Contents
Chapter0.Introduction and Overview of this Book.- Chapter1.Protection of Financial Consumers in Australia.- Chapter2.Financial Consumer Protection in Bangladesh.- Chapter3.Financial Consumer Protection in Canada:Triumph and Tribulations.- Chapter4.Financial Consumer Protection in China.- Chapter5.French Financial Market and the French Financial Consumer.- Chapter6.Financial Consumer Protection in Indonesia:towards Fair Treatment for All.- Chapter7.Financial Consumers and Applicable Remedies:A European and Italian Framework.- Chapter8.Financial Consumer Protection in Japan.- Chapter9.Financial Consumer Protection in Korea.- Chapter10.Financial Consumer in Malaysia:Regulators Efforts and Measurements for Consumer Protection.- Chapter11.Financial Consumer Protection in Spain.- Chapter12.Financial Consumer Protection in Taiwan:Systems and Market Issues.- Chapter13.Financial Consumer Protection in the United States.