The Banker's Remedy of Set-Off is an invaluable definition of the origin of the concept of set-off and how it works in practice, giving examples of set-off in different contexts. The new 3rd edition of this well-respected text covers all aspects of the law from common banking transactions to cross-border debts, to ensure you receive expert guidance, whether you are dealing with debts from private individuals or multi-national companies. Part V has been expanded to cover a range of specialist financing transactions.
Since 1997 Sheelagh McCracken has been an Associate Professor at the Applied Finance Centre, Macquarie University in Sydney where she is responsible for developing, teaching and co-ordinating the core Legal Risk in Finance course taught in the Master of Applied Finance programme. She is also a consultant for Mallesons, Stephen Jacques in Sydney, a leading Australian commercial law firm. She has previously worked for Norton Rose in London and also acted as a consultant for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Singapore. She is a prolific author having written/contributed to over 15 books. She has also written numerous articles.