Intermediated securities : the impact of the Geneva Securities Convention and the future European legislation / edited by Pierre-Henri Conac, Ulrich Segna, and Luc Thevenoz.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Description
xxxv, 406 pages ; 24 cm.

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Editor
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
The Geneva Securities Convention : objectives, history, and guiding principles / Luc Thévenoz -- Market needs as paradigm -- breaking up the thinking on eu securities law / Philipp Paech -- The proposed EU legislation on securities holding / Habib Motani -- Rights of the account holder relating to securities credited to its securities account / Philippe Dupont -- Rights of the investor / Pierre-Henri Conac -- Transfer of intermediated securities / Luc Thevenoz -- The truth about shortfall of intermediated securities -- perspectives under the Geneva Securities Convention, United States law, and the future EU legislation / Charles W. Mooney, Jr -- The concept of integrity in securities holding systems / Hubert de Vauplane and Jean-Pierre Yon -- Intermediated securities under Belgian law : assessing the impact of the Geneva Securities Convention on the regulatory environment / Michel Tison and Lientje Van den Steen -- The Geneva Securities Convention, the future European legislation and their impact on French securities laws / Philippe Langlet -- The Geneva Securities Convention, the future European legislation and their impact on German law / Ulrich Segna -- The Geneva Securities Convention : a Spanish perspective / Francisco Garcimartm -- The Geneva Securities Convention and the Swiss intermediated securities law reform / Hans Kuhn.
ISBN
  • 9781107023475 (hardback : alk. paper)
  • 1107023475 (hardback : alk. paper)
LCCN
2012048505
OCLC
820553425
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