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Nigel Clayton

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The City Law School, Academic Programmes

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Nigel joined The City Law School in 1985. He has written in the field of the interaction of banking and trusts and a text book Administration of Trusts. His current interests are in the field of banking regulation where it has a constitutional or human rights impact.

Publications

Internet Publications (2)

  1. Clayton, N.A. Regulating the capital position of banks..
  2. Clayton, N.A. Failures in the Regulation of Banking in the UK and the USA: Will the lessons be learnt?.

Journal Articles (29)

  1. Clayton, N.A. (2015). Failures in the prudential regulation of banks in the UK and US: will the lessons be learnt? Law and Financial Markets Review, 9(2), pp. 130–153. doi:10.1080/17521440.2015.1052669.
  2. Clayton, N. (2013). An overview on the inconsistencies of approach in regulating the capital position of banks: Will the United Kingdom step out of line with Europe? Journal of Banking Regulation, 14(2), pp. 107–133. doi:10.1057/jbr.2013.2.
  3. Clayton, N.A. (2010). Many hands make light work: the tripartite arrangement as part of the legislative reforms to banking legislation in the UK - a spectrum of views from a spectrum of institutions. Law and Financial Markets Review, 4(4), pp. 366–393. doi:10.5235/175214410791942733.

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  4. Clayton, N.A. (2009). Shah v HSBC (Private) Bank Ltd. Bankers' Law, 2(4), p. 46.

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  5. Clayton, N.A. (2009). Equator principles & social rights: incomplete protection in a self-regulatory world. Environmental Law Review, 11(3), pp. 173–195. doi:10.1350/enlr.2009.11.3.056.

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  6. Clayton, N.A. (2008). Equator principles - soft on human rights? Bankers' Law, 2(3), pp. 13–17.

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  7. Clayton, N.A. (2007). Equitable developments, human rights, and FSA powers. Bankers' Law, 1(1), pp. 33–36.

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  8. Clayton, N.A. (2007). Objective and subjective dishonesty for liability as a constructive trustee. Bankers' Law, 1(2), pp. 41–45.

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  9. Clayton, N.A. (2003). Human rights in banking and financial services in the United Kingdom. Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation, 18(12), pp. 501–506.

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  10. Clayton, N.A. (2003). The FSA and Articles 1 and 6 of the ECHR. The Company Lawyer, 24(2), pp. 41–44.

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  11. Clayton, N.A. (1999). Banks' duties to owner of stolen a/c payee only cheque. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 3, pp. 369–374.
  12. Clayton, N.A. (1996). Problems of self-incrimination in seeking to obtain bank records: Part 2. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 11(4), pp. 162–169.

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  13. Clayton, N.A. (1994). Banks which act as trustees: the English position. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 9(9), pp. 352–361.

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  14. Clayton, N. (1993). Banks as constructive trustees: the English position. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 8(5), pp. 191–199.

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  15. Clayton, N.A. (1993). Equity and the position of mortgagees (Case Comment). Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 8(8), pp. 334–336.

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  16. Clayton, N.A. (1992). Banks as express and resulting trustees of customers' moneys. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 7(5), pp. 183–190.

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  17. Clayton, N.A. (1992). Banks as fiduciaries: the UK position. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 7(8), pp. 315–322.
  18. Clayton, N.A. (1992). Banks and remedies. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, Sweet & Maxwell(7), pp. 383–384.

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  19. Clayton, N.A. (1990). Rights of depositors where bank fails. Law for Bus., 2(10), pp. 449–451.
  20. Clayton, N.A. (1990). Rights of depositors where bank fails. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 2(10), pp. 449–451.
  21. Clayton, N.A. (1990). An update on banks as constructive trustees. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 5(3), pp. 125–127.

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  22. Clayton, N.A. (1990). The relationship of trust and debt (Case Comment). Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 5(4), pp. 173–174.

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  23. Clayton, N.A. (1990). Negligence - investors of insolvent bank unable to sue licensing authority (Case Comment). Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 5(6), pp. 143–144.

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  24. Clayton, N.A. (1990). Bank confidentiality. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 5(7), pp. 315–316.

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  25. Clayton, N.A. (1990). Banks which knowingly receive and operate accounts. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 5(11), pp. 449–454.

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  26. Clayton, N.A. (1989). Banks which knowingly assist. Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 4(2), pp. 70–74.

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  27. Clayton, N.A. (1989). Joint accounts and reasons of convenience (Case Comment). Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 4(3), pp. 146–148.

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  28. Clayton, N.A. (1988). The duty of a trustee to be prudent and fair (Case Comment). Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 3(6), pp. 284–286.

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  29. Clayton, N.A. (1987). Resulting trusts and failure of purpose (Case Comment). Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation, 2(3), pp. 189–191.

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