Securities Regulation in the Netherlands, Second Edition
Now, this new edition of a popular summary, incorporating recent changes in the regulatory environment, provides everything an investor needs to know in order to trade confidently on these major global markets – and does so in plain language, without unnecessary details and long explanations.
An introductory chapter explains the Dutch securities markets, their regulatory authorities and sources of law, and the impact of the ongoing harmonisation of European securities law. Subsequent chapters cover public offerings, publicly held companies, the securities business (including trading in stocks, bonds, options, and futures, both through exchanges and over the counter), and investment undertakings.
A final chapter on antifraud provisions includes the latest refinements on disclosure obligations and sanctions for tipping.
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- General Introduction
- Regulation of Public Offerings
- Regulation of Publicly Held Companies
- Regulation of the Securities Business
- Regulation of Investment Undertakings
- Antifraud Provisions. Offices of Allen & Overy