Raising Capital In Europe: The Legal Framework Following The Eu Prospectus Directive by Luis de Carlos BertranRaising Capital In Europe: The Legal Framework Following The Eu Prospectus Directive by Luis de Carlos Bertran

Raising Capital In Europe: The Legal Framework Following The Eu Prospectus Directive

EditorLuis de Carlos Bertran

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This practical handbook details the new regulatory framework which applies to the publication and approval of a prospectus when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading in EU markets. A panel of securities and capital markets law experts considers the features of theProspectus Directive and its future implementation in EU member states. The first part of the book analyses the scope of the Directive, the key procedural stages in the publication and approval of a prospectus, and the regulatory activities of the Committee of European Securities Regulators andother competent authorities. The second part outlines the current prospectus regime in 15 EU member states with reference to the applicable legislation and the nature and schedule of expected amendments following implementation of the Directive.
Luis de Carlos Bertran is a Partner at Uria and Menendez, Madrid.
Title:Raising Capital In Europe: The Legal Framework Following The Eu Prospectus DirectiveFormat:HardcoverDimensions:374 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.12 inPublished:June 15, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1904501494

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ForewardI THE EU PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE AND REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS OF CESR1. Daniel Hurstel: General Overview: Introduction, adoption process, main concepts, strengths and weaknesses of the EU Prospectus Directive2. Jaap Willeumier: When to publish a Prospectus?: Scope of the Prospectus Directive. Obligation to publish a prospectus and exemptions3. Michael A. Greene and Cian McCourt: Drawing up a Prospectus: Content, format and responsibility for the Prospectus4. Christopher Ashworth: Where and how to publish the Prospectus?: Approval and publication of the Prospectus. Cross border offers and admission to trading and language in the Prospectus5. Angel Saad and Jay Clayton: Non-EU Issuers: A Single Passport to Europe: Considerations and framework for non-EU issuers under the Prospectus Directive6. Luis de Carlos Bertran and Marta Rios: Competent authorities and implementing measures: Role and powers of the competent authorities and comitology procedure in the Prospectus DirectiveII HOME STATE REGULATIONS1. Florian Khol: Austria2. Jan Peeters and Tom Van Dyck: Belgium3. Jorgen Kjeergard Madsen and Helle Sehsted: Denmark4. Dimitrios Himonas: Finland5. Daniel Hurstel and Ines LeGris: France6. Andreas Konig: Germany7. Konstantinos Gr. Vouterakos: Greece8. Michael A. Greene and Cian McCourt: Ireland9. Claudio Visco: Italy10. Alex Schmitt: Luxembourg11. Derk Lemstra: Netherlands12. Carlos Costa Andrade: Portugal13. Javier Redonet and Almudena Benjumea: Spain14. Hans Wibom and Jens Pohl: Sweden15. Chrisopher Ashworth: United Kingdom