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Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation :

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Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation :
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Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation :
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Tison, Michel
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  • De Wulf, Hans
  • Van der Elst, Christoph
  • Steennot, Reinhard
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International Corporate Law and Financial Market Regulation
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Corporation law
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Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation :
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  • Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Paul Krüger Andersen -- Harald Baum -- Theodor Baums -- Marco Becht -- Jean Nicolas Druey -- Luca Enriques -- Eilís Ferran -- Guido Ferrarini -- Stefan Grundmann -- Jesper Lau Hansen -- Douglas W. Hawes -- Peter Hommelhoff -- Klaus J. Hopt -- Howell E. Jackson -- Hideki Kanda -- Roberta S. Karmel -- Veronika E. Korom -- Friedrich Kübler -- Donald C. Langevoort -- Ruben Lee -- Marcus Lutter -- Joseph A. McCahery -- Michel Menjucq -- Hanno Merkt -- Niamh Moloney -- Peter O. Mülbert -- Peter Nobel -- Dan Prentice -- André Prüm -- Theo Raaijmakers -- Jonathan Rickford -- Mark J. Roe -- Marie-Claude Robert Hawes -- Wolfgang Schön -- Joëlle Simon -- Levinus Timmerman -- John Vella -- Erik P. M. Vermeulen -- Rebekka M. Wiemann -- Jaap Winter -- Foreword -- Part I Perspectives in company law -- Section 1 European company law: regulatory competition and free movement of companies -- 1 The European Model Company Act Project -- I. Introduction -- II. European company law legislation traditional instruments and a new tool -- A. The limits of European company law legislation -- B. The present aims of EU regulation from harmonization to convergence -- C. Concluding thoughts on the EU company law programme -- D. The functions of an EMCA -- III. Model acts in the United States -- IV. Individual issues -- A. The content of the EMCA -- B. The Drafting Commission -- C. The preliminary working plan -- 2 The Societas Privata Europaea: a basic reform of EU law on business organizations -- I. Introduction -- II. Preliminary observations: the need for a European flexible costeffective (corporate) vehicle for entrepreneurs in small- and medium-size enterprises -- III. Overall regulatory approach by the EU and starting conditions
  • IV. Basic issues to be addressed in the SPE Statute -- A. The character of the SPE Statute -- 1. The character of the SPE -- 2. Eligibility of an SPE -- B. The creation of an SPE -- 1. Capital and shares -- 2. Contribution -- C. Internal organization -- D. The limits of limited liability -- E. Dissociation and expulsion of members -- F. Corporate reorganizations -- V. Concluding remarks -- Post scriptum -- 3 Ius Audacibus. The future of EU company law -- I. Introduction -- II. Political process -- III. Three trends -- IV. EUs legislative remit in company law -- V. A new avenue for progress the free movement of capital -- VI. Volkswagen -- VII. Free movement and the private sphere -- VIII. Lets speculate crossborder voting -- IX. Ius audacibus company law and EU law -- 4 Free movement of capital and protectionism after Volkswagen and Viking Line -- I. Introduction -- II. Free movement of capital -- A. Beneficiaries and territorial scope -- B. Movement of capital -- C. Ancillary character of capital movements -- D. Nature of the prohibited state interventions -- III. The effects of Volkswagen -- IV. Horizontal effects -- V. Conclusion proposed way forward -- 5 Centros and the cost of branching -- I. Introduction -- II. Centros incorporation terminology -- A. Full round trip -- B. Incorporation and halfway back package -- C. Incorporationonly package -- III. Experimental design -- IV. Results -- A. Choice of incorporation agent matters -- B. Further ECJ Rulings might be required -- C. Italy a case study in incorporation market closure -- D. Proving the existence of the branch -- E. Objects clause restrictions -- F. Agents reduce cost -- V. Conclusion -- Appendix - Country experiment reports -- I. Austria - START Unternehmensberatung Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. UK incorporation
  • C. Registration of the branch in the Austrian Companies Register -- D. Summary -- II. Germany Weiler Unternehmensberatungs Ltd. -- A. Delay in document delivery by agent -- B. Dispute with GoAhead over objects clause -- C. Notary -- D. Court -- E. Overall assessment -- F. Summary -- III. Italy FRADA Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. UK incorporation -- C. Registration of the branch in the Italian Companies Register -- D. Summary -- IV. Ireland ECGIBRITE Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the full round trip incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Irish Companies Registration Office -- D. Summary -- V. Netherlands Expletus Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the halfway back incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce -- D. Summary -- VI. Norway Ringilihorn Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the halfway back incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch in the Norwegian Company Register -- D. Summary -- VII. Poland Ksanta Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the incorporation only service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Polish Company Court -- D. Summary -- VIII. Sweden JN Consultancy Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the halfway back incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Swedish Companies Registration Office -- D. Summary -- 6 Towards the end of the real seat theory in Europe? -- I. Introduction -- II. What are the direct consequences of Centros berseering Inspire Art decisions -- III. The real seat theory and the European Company a paradox -- IV. The Insolvency Regulation the revenge of the real seat theory -- V. Conclusion
  • 7 The Commission Recommendations of 14 December 2004 and of 15 February 2005 and their implementation in Germany -- I. Introduction -- II. Remuneration policy and publication of directors remuneration Recommendation of 14 December 2004 -- A. Approval of shareholders meeting in case of remuneration by way of stockoptions -- B. Publication of directors individual annual remuneration -- III. The composition and independence of supervisory board directors as well as the formation of committees according to the Recommendation of 15 February 2005 -- A. The election of supervisory board members -- B. The formation of committees -- C. The independence of the supervisory board -- III. The manner of implementation in Germany -- 8 The Nordic corporate governance model - a European model? -- I. A need for further harmonization -- II. A distinct Nordic model -- III. Challenges to the Nordic model -- A. Proportionality of votes and capital -- B. Independent directors -- C. Insider dealing -- IV. Conclusion -- Section 2 Corporate governance, shareholders' rights and auditing -- 9 Stakeholders and the legal theory of the corporation -- I. Introduction -- II. Phenomenological analysis -- A. The notion of a stakeholder -- B. Approaches in economic theory -- C. Legal doctrine -- III. Reaching out for a new theoretical foundation of the firm -- A. Traditional model of the entrepreneur -- B. Groups of companies -- C. The corporate governance discussion -- D. Underdeveloped shareholder governance -- E. The firm as a result of varying bargaining power -- F. Implications of the negotiation model -- G. Bargaining power of stakeholder groups -- IV. Legal future of the enterprise -- A. Organizational scheme -- B. Creditors -- C. Workers -- D. Consumers -- E. Shareholders -- F. Management -- V. Summary -- 10 The renaissance of organized shareholder representation in Europe
  • I. Renaissance of shareholder voting rights and organized shareholder representation -- A. Renaissance -- B. The overall picture -- II. Organized shareholder representation as a centre-piece of the development -- A. High density of regulation and admission of all forms -- B. High diversity in member state laws so far -- III. Structuring organized shareholder representation - three Cartesian rules -- A. Striving for an uninterested professional representative -- B. Striving for the reduction of representatives strategic options the mandatory vote -- IV. Conclusions -- 11 In search of a middle ground between the perceived excesses of US-style class actions and the generally ineffective collective action procedures in Europe -- I. Introduction -- II. The Shell Settlement -- A. Jurisdiction of US Courts in securities class actions over non-US plaintiffs -- B. The Netherlands Settlement Agreement -- III. The Vivendi Case -- A. France -- B. England -- C. Netherlands -- D. Germany -- E. Austria -- IV. Selected collective action developments in Europe -- A. Denmarks new class action law -- B. Italys new class action law -- C. France -- D. Germany -- E. European Union -- F. England -- V. Conclusion -- 12 Some modest proposals to provide viable damage remedies for French investors -- I. Background on existing regulation -- II. Some modest proposals for France -- III. Conclusion -- 13 Preclearance in European accounting law - the right step? -- I. The open society of accounting law actors -- II. The state of preclearance in the US and in Europe -- III. Allocation of competence in the area of accounting -- A. Preclearance as an intermediary between rulesetting and application of norms -- B. The institutional framework in the US and in Europe -- IV. Practical issues of preclearance en route towards a new expectation gap -- V. Conclusion
  • 14 International standards on auditing and their adoption in the EU: legal aspects and unsettled questions
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Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation :
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Contents
  • Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Paul Krüger Andersen -- Harald Baum -- Theodor Baums -- Marco Becht -- Jean Nicolas Druey -- Luca Enriques -- Eilís Ferran -- Guido Ferrarini -- Stefan Grundmann -- Jesper Lau Hansen -- Douglas W. Hawes -- Peter Hommelhoff -- Klaus J. Hopt -- Howell E. Jackson -- Hideki Kanda -- Roberta S. Karmel -- Veronika E. Korom -- Friedrich Kübler -- Donald C. Langevoort -- Ruben Lee -- Marcus Lutter -- Joseph A. McCahery -- Michel Menjucq -- Hanno Merkt -- Niamh Moloney -- Peter O. Mülbert -- Peter Nobel -- Dan Prentice -- André Prüm -- Theo Raaijmakers -- Jonathan Rickford -- Mark J. Roe -- Marie-Claude Robert Hawes -- Wolfgang Schön -- Joëlle Simon -- Levinus Timmerman -- John Vella -- Erik P. M. Vermeulen -- Rebekka M. Wiemann -- Jaap Winter -- Foreword -- Part I Perspectives in company law -- Section 1 European company law: regulatory competition and free movement of companies -- 1 The European Model Company Act Project -- I. Introduction -- II. European company law legislation traditional instruments and a new tool -- A. The limits of European company law legislation -- B. The present aims of EU regulation from harmonization to convergence -- C. Concluding thoughts on the EU company law programme -- D. The functions of an EMCA -- III. Model acts in the United States -- IV. Individual issues -- A. The content of the EMCA -- B. The Drafting Commission -- C. The preliminary working plan -- 2 The Societas Privata Europaea: a basic reform of EU law on business organizations -- I. Introduction -- II. Preliminary observations: the need for a European flexible costeffective (corporate) vehicle for entrepreneurs in small- and medium-size enterprises -- III. Overall regulatory approach by the EU and starting conditions
  • IV. Basic issues to be addressed in the SPE Statute -- A. The character of the SPE Statute -- 1. The character of the SPE -- 2. Eligibility of an SPE -- B. The creation of an SPE -- 1. Capital and shares -- 2. Contribution -- C. Internal organization -- D. The limits of limited liability -- E. Dissociation and expulsion of members -- F. Corporate reorganizations -- V. Concluding remarks -- Post scriptum -- 3 Ius Audacibus. The future of EU company law -- I. Introduction -- II. Political process -- III. Three trends -- IV. EUs legislative remit in company law -- V. A new avenue for progress the free movement of capital -- VI. Volkswagen -- VII. Free movement and the private sphere -- VIII. Lets speculate crossborder voting -- IX. Ius audacibus company law and EU law -- 4 Free movement of capital and protectionism after Volkswagen and Viking Line -- I. Introduction -- II. Free movement of capital -- A. Beneficiaries and territorial scope -- B. Movement of capital -- C. Ancillary character of capital movements -- D. Nature of the prohibited state interventions -- III. The effects of Volkswagen -- IV. Horizontal effects -- V. Conclusion proposed way forward -- 5 Centros and the cost of branching -- I. Introduction -- II. Centros incorporation terminology -- A. Full round trip -- B. Incorporation and halfway back package -- C. Incorporationonly package -- III. Experimental design -- IV. Results -- A. Choice of incorporation agent matters -- B. Further ECJ Rulings might be required -- C. Italy a case study in incorporation market closure -- D. Proving the existence of the branch -- E. Objects clause restrictions -- F. Agents reduce cost -- V. Conclusion -- Appendix - Country experiment reports -- I. Austria - START Unternehmensberatung Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. UK incorporation
  • C. Registration of the branch in the Austrian Companies Register -- D. Summary -- II. Germany Weiler Unternehmensberatungs Ltd. -- A. Delay in document delivery by agent -- B. Dispute with GoAhead over objects clause -- C. Notary -- D. Court -- E. Overall assessment -- F. Summary -- III. Italy FRADA Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. UK incorporation -- C. Registration of the branch in the Italian Companies Register -- D. Summary -- IV. Ireland ECGIBRITE Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the full round trip incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Irish Companies Registration Office -- D. Summary -- V. Netherlands Expletus Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the halfway back incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce -- D. Summary -- VI. Norway Ringilihorn Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the halfway back incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch in the Norwegian Company Register -- D. Summary -- VII. Poland Ksanta Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the incorporation only service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Polish Company Court -- D. Summary -- VIII. Sweden JN Consultancy Limited -- A. Preliminary investigation -- B. Ordering the halfway back incorporation service -- C. Registration of the branch at the Swedish Companies Registration Office -- D. Summary -- 6 Towards the end of the real seat theory in Europe? -- I. Introduction -- II. What are the direct consequences of Centros berseering Inspire Art decisions -- III. The real seat theory and the European Company a paradox -- IV. The Insolvency Regulation the revenge of the real seat theory -- V. Conclusion
  • 7 The Commission Recommendations of 14 December 2004 and of 15 February 2005 and their implementation in Germany -- I. Introduction -- II. Remuneration policy and publication of directors remuneration Recommendation of 14 December 2004 -- A. Approval of shareholders meeting in case of remuneration by way of stockoptions -- B. Publication of directors individual annual remuneration -- III. The composition and independence of supervisory board directors as well as the formation of committees according to the Recommendation of 15 February 2005 -- A. The election of supervisory board members -- B. The formation of committees -- C. The independence of the supervisory board -- III. The manner of implementation in Germany -- 8 The Nordic corporate governance model - a European model? -- I. A need for further harmonization -- II. A distinct Nordic model -- III. Challenges to the Nordic model -- A. Proportionality of votes and capital -- B. Independent directors -- C. Insider dealing -- IV. Conclusion -- Section 2 Corporate governance, shareholders' rights and auditing -- 9 Stakeholders and the legal theory of the corporation -- I. Introduction -- II. Phenomenological analysis -- A. The notion of a stakeholder -- B. Approaches in economic theory -- C. Legal doctrine -- III. Reaching out for a new theoretical foundation of the firm -- A. Traditional model of the entrepreneur -- B. Groups of companies -- C. The corporate governance discussion -- D. Underdeveloped shareholder governance -- E. The firm as a result of varying bargaining power -- F. Implications of the negotiation model -- G. Bargaining power of stakeholder groups -- IV. Legal future of the enterprise -- A. Organizational scheme -- B. Creditors -- C. Workers -- D. Consumers -- E. Shareholders -- F. Management -- V. Summary -- 10 The renaissance of organized shareholder representation in Europe
  • I. Renaissance of shareholder voting rights and organized shareholder representation -- A. Renaissance -- B. The overall picture -- II. Organized shareholder representation as a centre-piece of the development -- A. High density of regulation and admission of all forms -- B. High diversity in member state laws so far -- III. Structuring organized shareholder representation - three Cartesian rules -- A. Striving for an uninterested professional representative -- B. Striving for the reduction of representatives strategic options the mandatory vote -- IV. Conclusions -- 11 In search of a middle ground between the perceived excesses of US-style class actions and the generally ineffective collective action procedures in Europe -- I. Introduction -- II. The Shell Settlement -- A. Jurisdiction of US Courts in securities class actions over non-US plaintiffs -- B. The Netherlands Settlement Agreement -- III. The Vivendi Case -- A. France -- B. England -- C. Netherlands -- D. Germany -- E. Austria -- IV. Selected collective action developments in Europe -- A. Denmarks new class action law -- B. Italys new class action law -- C. France -- D. Germany -- E. European Union -- F. England -- V. Conclusion -- 12 Some modest proposals to provide viable damage remedies for French investors -- I. Background on existing regulation -- II. Some modest proposals for France -- III. Conclusion -- 13 Preclearance in European accounting law - the right step? -- I. The open society of accounting law actors -- II. The state of preclearance in the US and in Europe -- III. Allocation of competence in the area of accounting -- A. Preclearance as an intermediary between rulesetting and application of norms -- B. The institutional framework in the US and in Europe -- IV. Practical issues of preclearance en route towards a new expectation gap -- V. Conclusion
  • 14 International standards on auditing and their adoption in the EU: legal aspects and unsettled questions
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UMKCLawddaEBC542769
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unknown
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1 online resource (657 pages)
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9780511766558
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UMKC Law: DDA record.
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  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10399237
  • (OCoLC)645097625

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