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See detailRepo Markets Across the Atlantic: Similar but Unalike
Wu, Songjiwen; Nabilou, Hossein UL

in European Business Law Review (2018)

This paper sketches the key differences in the EU and the U.S. repo markets to inform the policy recommendations for harmonization and standardization of rules governing repo contracts put forward by the ... [more ▼]

This paper sketches the key differences in the EU and the U.S. repo markets to inform the policy recommendations for harmonization and standardization of rules governing repo contracts put forward by the international financial fora and standard setters. In so doing, it examines three main aspects of the repo markets. First, it highlights the differences in the legal framework governing repo markets, such as legal construction of repo contracts, special insolvency treatment, and legal treatment of the reuse of collateral. Second, it discusses the composition, structure, and organization of the repo markets, such as differences in the composition of repo participants, the maturity of repos and the composition of the underlying collateral in repo contracts. Finally, it investigates the differences in the issues related to the market infrastructure of repo markets such as differences in the clearing and collateral management stages. The main finding of this paper is that in spite of significant efforts to standardize and harmonize repo markets as well as their applicable legal framework in the past, there remains significant differences across the Atlantic. Such differences in the legal framework, composition, structure, and organization of repo markets and repo markets infrastructure would require differential and more nuanced approach to regulating repo markets than what is pursued by the current international financial standard setters. [less ▲]

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See detailNational Grid Indus: The first case on companies’ exit taxation
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in European Business Law Review (2012)

The article examines the contribution of a much anticipated judgment, the National Grid Indus, in the free movement of companies in the European Union. This reference for a preliminary ruling constitutes ... [more ▼]

The article examines the contribution of a much anticipated judgment, the National Grid Indus, in the free movement of companies in the European Union. This reference for a preliminary ruling constitutes a remarkable decision of the Grand Chamber of the CJEU, as it can be easily deduced by the number of the intervening Member States. Its significance relies on the fact that it constitutes the first case, decided by the CJEU, on the compatibility of companies’ exit taxes with freedom of establishment. It also provides the Court with an opportunity to revisit its Daily Mail and Cartesio case law. The article researches the impact of the judgment on companies’ exit taxation, while it also analyses the case in the context of previous case law both on exit taxation on natural persons and companies’ freedom of emigration. [less ▲]

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See detailCorporate Governance Reform in Germany: The Second Decade
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Noack, U.

in European Business Law Review (2005)

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