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This volume contains the reports and discussions presented at the conference The Future of Secured Credit in Europe in Munich from July 12th to July 14th, 2007.
The conference aimed at taking the debate on secured credit in the European Union to a new stage by exploring the need and possible avenues for creating a European law of security interests. The first part examined – from an economic and a community law perspective – the case for European lawmaking on secured credit and the legislative approach to be taken.
The intention in the second and third part was to look in more detail at the choices European lawmakers will have to make in devising a European law of secured credit. The main focus in part II was on secured transactions involving corporeal movables (tangibles), whereas part III looked at categories of collateral that may require special rules. Concluding remarks followed in part IV.