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English: Financial law is a branch of law that examines the financial markets, specifically insurance, derivatives, commercial banking, capital markets and investment management sector. Financial law is formed through three methods financial regulation, case law, and market practice. It forms a part of commercial law but on the aspects which relate to finance. For an overview, see the financial law article.
area of law that regulates insurance, derivatives, commercial banking, capital markets and investment management sectors
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