ARLINGTON, Va., Nov. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bloomberg BNA today announced the launch of Bloomberg Law: Banking, which helps attorneys understand and navigate rapidly changing legal and regulatory issues by providing integrated banking news, analysis, primary and secondary sources and practical tools. Bloomberg Law: Banking builds upon Bloomberg BNA's market-driven strategy of delivering the content, information and tools that professionals need – an all-in-one resource in a single solution – to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively in order to be more confident, proactive advisors to their clients.
"Bloomberg Law: Banking is a great product — it's well-laid-out, easy to use and has all the information I need in a single solution," said Ron Glancz, Chair of Venable LLP's Financial Services Group. "It incorporates all the information I need – news, regulations, case citations, statutes and interpretations and third-party content. I particularly like the product's robust daily news, which I utilize every day to assess the impact of new rules, laws, court decisions, and other developments on my clients' business."
Bloomberg Law: Banking features Bloomberg BNA's timely and trusted news, keeping practitioners abreast of changes in banking law and helping them understand their implications by providing analysis of banking legislation, regulatory requirements, and litigation in the courts. Attorneys can provide sound legal guidance on key banking law trends with access to analysis and insights from in-depth Portfolios and treatises by some of the country's leading banking experts and practitioners.
"Developed with the unique needs of the banking attorney in mind, Bloomberg Law: Banking provides guidance to in-house and law firm counsel that enables them to get ahead of issues," said David Perla, President, Bloomberg BNA's Legal Division. "Bloomberg Law: Banking is the complete solution for banking professionals at law firms, government agencies and financial institutions and is the latest example of how Bloomberg BNA is rethinking how we solve our customers' problems.
Bloomberg Law: Banking offers a number of practical tools, including:
- Proprietary state law Chart Builders, which enable practitioners to easily create and export custom reports based on topics they select to identify key banking requirements across states.
- A citator gives users the ability to verify their research, quickly determine the overall treatment of a case and identify the information they need.
- Trackers, which provide unique content on current regulatory and legislative activity and emerging banking law issues to stay on top of regulators' implementation of Dodd-Frank reforms and other timely matters.
The product is available on Bloomberg Law's sophisticated legal research platform, which provides faster access to the information users need through advanced search capabilities, case law citation and easily accessible content. Bloomberg Law, a fully integrated legal and business intelligence research solution, combines Bloomberg BNA's trusted news and expert analysis with Bloomberg's comprehensive market data and cutting-edge technology.
For more information on Bloomberg Law: Banking and to request a free trial, please visit here.
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