The role of London as an offshore financial centre in the liberalisation of international finance since the Second World War


Term Paper (Advanced seminar), 2004

10 Pages, Grade: 1,7 (A-)


Abstract or Introduction

This paper deals with the question whether the City of London acted as an offshore financial centre since the Second World War. This in turn is linked to the specific role London played in the liberalisation and deregulation of international finance which took place at an increasing pace since the 1970s. Special attention is paid to the rise of the so-called euromarkets and why this development was tolerated by the Bank of England.

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Title
The role of London as an offshore financial centre in the liberalisation of international finance since the Second World War
College
University of Sussex
Grade
1,7 (A-)
Author
Year
2004
Pages
10
Catalog Number
V33971
ISBN (eBook)
9783638343114
ISBN (Book)
9783638789882
File size
467 KB
Language
English
Keywords
London, Second, World
Quote paper
MA Internationale Beziehungen Jan Fichtner (Author), 2004, The role of London as an offshore financial centre in the liberalisation of international finance since the Second World War, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/33971

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