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Transnational Securities Law



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Oxford University Press, USA
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Author Biography

Thomas Keijser, Business and Law Research Center of Radbound University Nijmegen, The Netherlands., Senior Researcher

Dr Thomas Keijser is Senior Researcher at the Business and Law Research Center of Radbound University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. From 2007-2012, he worked for UNIDROIT as Senior Officer, later Consultant, responsible for the Geneva Securities Convention. Dr Keijser is co-editor of the Official Commentary on the UNIDROIT Convention on Substantive Rules for Intermediated Securities (OUP, 2012). The contributors form a first class international team in the area of intermediated securities and would be a key selling point for the book.

Table of Contents

Part I - Introduction
1. Fifteen Years of Harmonization of Capital Markets Law: Achievements and Opportunities, Herbert Kronke
Part II - Main Actors
2. Investor, Intermediary, Issuer, Guillermo Caballero, Nora Rachman, Maria Vermaas, Thomas Keijser
3. Sufficient Securities and Imbalances, Erica Johansson, Guillermo Caballero, Maria Vermaas, Thomas Keijser
4. Corporate Actions, Nora Rachman, Maria Vermaas
Part III - Substantive and Insolvency Law
5. Transfer of Securities, Eva Micheler
6. Financial Collateral: From Private to Regulatory Law Reform, Thomas Keijser, Guy Morton, Peter Werner
7. Secured Transactions: The GSC and UNCITRAL Work Compared, Spiros Bazinas
8. Set-off and Netting: The GSC and Various Other Initiatives Compared, Thomas Keijser, Marcel Peeters
9. Insolvency, Charles Mooney Jr., Guy Morton
Part IV - Issues Outside the Scope of the GSC
10. Regulation / Supervision / Oversight, Klaus Lober
11. Non-intermediated Securities, Michel Deschamps
Part V - Conflict-of-Laws Rules
12. Securities and PIL Rules, Florence Guillaume

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