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European Securities Law 2nd ed isbn 9780199685608

European Securities Law

Edited by: Raj Panasar, Philip Boeckman

ISBN13: 9780199579723
New Edition ISBN: 9780199685608
Published: March 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



European Securities Law is a comprehensive, practical guide to the law and regulations which govern the European securities market. With discussion of the key EU Directives, this work considers the practical application of the legislation within the context of the day-to-day corporate transactions, as well as the legal issues which arise as a result of the differences in implementation between member states.

An introductory overview of the key legislation, including the Prospectus Directive, the Takeover Directive, the MArket Abuse Directive and MiFID, is followe by a section discussing the most common types of transactions, including equity offerings, debt offerings and programmes, private placements in Europe and the US, liability for London listing and takeovers and stakebuilding.

This is follwed by a country-by-country analysis of the specific issues which arise in 14 of the most significant member states. Source material is also included.

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Part I;Lachlan Burn:
The European Directives relating to Issue and Trading of Securities
1: Introduction
2: Overview
3: Disclosure - Initial and Ongoing
4: Investor Protection
5: Some Conclusions
Part II
Doing Deals in Europe
6: Raj Panasar, Luis de Carlos & Javier Redonet: Equity Offerings
7: Mark Trapnell: Debt Offerings and Programmes
8: Charles Howarth: Private Placements in Europe and the US
9: Kathy Hughes: Liability for London Listing
10: Tim Lewis & Graham Gibb: Takeovers and Stakebuilding
11: Andrew Thompson: Special Considerations for Non-EU Issuers
Part III
Member State Regulation
12: Florian Khol: Austria
13: Jean-Pierre Blumberg: Belgium
14: Christian Lundgren & Pernille Hostrup Dalhoff: Denmark
15: Petri Haussila & Petri Avakainen: Finland
16: Marie-Laurence Tibi: France
17: Mark Strauch: Germany
18: Jack O'Farrell: Ireland
19: Pietro Fioruzzi: Italy
20: Philippe Hoss: Luxembourg
21: Derk Lemstra, Marius Jitta & Rogier Raas: The Netherlands
22: Carlos Costa Andrade & Ana Sa Couto: Portugal
23: Luis de Carlos: Spain
24: Anders Lindblad: Sweden
25: Raj Panasar & Stephen Glasper: UK