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Graham Roberts

Graham Roberts is a Professorial Fellow at Queen Mary, University of London and a senior teaching fellow in the University College London Faculty of Laws.

He qualified as a barrister in London and subsequently took a post in academia. For many years he was Principal Lecturer at London Guildhall University where he directed courses for bankers working in the City of London financial area.  He has authored two mainstream texts, the Law Relating to International Banking and the Law Relating to Financial Services. Both of these books are widely used by lawyers, bankers and students of banking law.

During his time as a director of banking courses, Graham established a network of skilled professionals with good tutoring skills.

Law relating to international banking - Graham Roberts is the author of the Law relating to international banking, a widely used text covering the law of commercial banking transactions.
Basics of English commercial law: Graham Roberts covers the legal background to the taking of mortgages, the implications of insolvency, and danger areas in English commercial law such as taking security over the matrimonial home to secure business borrowings and the financial assistance rules.