This paper by Sebasian Lobe and Nils-Christian Schenk provides the first empirical evidence of fairness opinions in Europe.
This paper by Piero Cinquegrana argues that transparency-boosting measures specifically tailored to commodity and commodity derivatives markets are much needed.
Report of an ECMI-CEPS Task Force, April 2008: The European fund management industry has undergone profound changes since the 1985 Directive on Undertakings for Collective Invest
Based on a sample of 15 European countries, this survey by Jean-François Gajewski and Carole Gresse analyses various features of the European IPO (Initial Public Offering) market
The proposal by the European Commission (EC) to establish shareholder democracy and mandate the one-share-one-vote (1S1V) rule has drawn much attention and controversy.
The EU is well advanced in (re-)shaping the regulatory structure for securities markets.
This paper by Charles Goldfinger, Managing Director of Global Electronic Finance Management, presents the findings and preliminary conclusions of a study carried by GEF between M
After the adoption of the EU pension funds directive, the regulatory framework for asset management in the EU is complete.
Since the 1960s, the EU has tried to forge a legal regime for investment services.
The Lamfalussy Process seeks to reduce barriers to integration in the single market for financial services.
The enforcement of the ban on insider trading requires an evaluation of the disgorgement, i.e.
Capital markets in Europe are in a process of deep restructuring. At last, they are becoming more integrated and truly European.
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