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Securities World
Securities World
4th Edition
Series:  The European Lawyer Ref Series
ISBN:  9780414033498
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor:Willem Calkoen
Publication Date:  18 Sep 2014
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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Securities World fourth edition offers general counsel and solicitors a valuable insight into cross-border securities. It provides expert commentary from the world’s top securities lawyers on laws, regulations and changes in all of the major jurisdictions. Securities World third edition also offers quick comparisons for companies and lawyers involved in international transactions.


• General description of the capital markets
• Financial services and markets
• Public offering
• Listing
• Continuing compliance requirements
• Prohibited conduct
• Takeovers
• Managed investments schemes (mutual funds)

CONTENTS

1.  General description of the capital markets and regulatory structure
2. Supervisory authorities
3. Offering of securities or having securities admitted to trading on a regulated market
4. Listing requirements Euronext Amsterdam
5. Prospectus requirements
6. Ongoing compliance requirements – duty to disclose information
7. Market abuse
8. Investment Institutions
9. Investments firms
10. Notification Obligations/Declarations of no objection for qualifying shareholdings
11. Public takeover bids
12. Sanctions
13. Pending legislation

Jurisdictional Coverage:

Belgium - Nauta Dutilh
Bulgaria - Boyanov & Co.
EU - Nauta Dutilh
France - DE PARDIEU BROCAS MAFFEI A.A.R.P.I.
Germany - Hengeler Mueller
India - amarchand & mangaldas & suresh a. shroff & co
Indonesia - ABNR
Ireland - Arthur Cox
Japan - ANDERSON MORI & TOMOTSUNE
Luxemburg - Arendt & Medernach – Avocats
Netherlands - Nauta Dutilh
Norway - Advokatfirmaet Bugge
Portugal - Morais Leitao
Singapore - WongPartnership LLP
Spain - J & A Garrigues
Switzerland - Schellenberg Wittmer
UK - Macfarlanes LLP
USA - Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

 

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

Willem J L Calkoen  
NautaDutilh NV

Willem Calkoen specialises in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) work - both public offers and private transactions – and in securities law and corporate governance. Willem has been involved in a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions, representing clients such as AT&T, General Electric, 3I, ICI, Knight Vinke and CalPERS, Perfetti Van Melle, Rexam, Smit Internationale, South African Paper Industries and Stork.

Willem graduated from Utrecht University in 1970 and served as a naval reserve officer until 1972, when he joined NautaDutilh. He became a partner in 1980. He was chairman of the Company Law Committee of the Section on Business Law (‘SBL’) of the International Bar Association from 1988 to 1992; an officer of the SBL from 1993 to 1998 and chairman of the SBL from 1997 to 1998.

Willem publishes regularly on topics such as joint ventures and corporate governance. He has been identified as highly recommended in Pritchard's European Legal 500 of 2004 and listed in Who's Who Legal for the Netherlands under M&A and corporate governance. He is acknowledged by European Legal Experts 2005 as a corporate and commercial expert.

 

 

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