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Retail Investor Protection under EU Law

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ISBN13: 9781138655010
To be Published: February 2017
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00



This book offers an original perspective on EU financial law in the area of retail investor protection by conducting comparisons both externally (to international proposals) and internally (among EU law sectors and specific instruments in relation to one another). In so doing, this study represents a valuable addition to the literature on retail investor protection in the EU.

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Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Introduction

Part I: The Double Aim of Protecting Retail Investors and the Stability of the Market: From Economic Externalities to Legal Rules
1. Development and Objectives of Finance Law from an International Perspective prior to the Crisis
2. International Initiatives on Finance Law and Retail Investor Protection after the Crisis
3. Development and Objectives of EU Finance Law and Retail Investor Protection in the Event of Intermediary Failure prior to the Crisis
4. Effect of the Crisis on EU Finance Law and Retail Investor Protection

Part II Delineating Retail Investor Protection in the event of Intermediary Failure and the Acquis Communautaire on Individual Protection
5. The Delineation of Minimum Retail Investor Protection by EU Law in the event of Intermediary Failure prior to the Crisis and the Distinction of Depositors vis-à-vis Retail Investors
6. The New and Proposed EU Law Regime on Retail Investor Protection after the Crisis: The Inconclusive Legal Status of Retail Investors vis-à-vis Depositors
7. An EU Right of Retail Investor Protection in the event of Intermediary Failure? Conclusions