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Editorials

For a proactive attitude of the standard-setting authorities on Market Abuse Regulation – Alain Pietrancosta, Director of the OEDF

Centre Conference on 29 January 2020 on the revision of the Market Abuse Regulation – Speech by Mr Alain Pietrancosta, Director of the OEDF

Position of the European Centre for Financial Law on shareholder activism – Alain Pietrancosta, Scientific Director of the OEDF

Centre Breakfast on shareholder activism on December 18, 2019 – Alain Pietrancosta, Scientific Director of the OEDF

“There is today in France a formidable compendium of knowledge and skills insufficiently exploited in the field of financial law” – Fabrice Seiman, President of the OEDF

Centre Breakfast on shareholder activism on December 18, 2019 – Speech by Mr. Fabrice Seiman, President of the OEDF

Faire s’exprimer la contestation d’une politique sociale sans porter atteinte à l’intérêt de la société et au bon fonctionnement du marché – Alain Pietrancosta, Directeur de l’OEDF

Déjeuner de l’Observatoire sur l’activisme actionnarial du 18 décembre 2019 – Allocution de Monsieur Alain Pietrancosta, Directeur de l’OEDF

CSDR – “We need a targeted review” – Robert Ophèle

Speech by Robert Ophèle, Chairman of the AMF
ECSDA, Annual Conference
20 November 2019 – Brussels

“Sustainable finance, a fad or a springboard for tomorrow’s economy”.

Speech by Robert Ophèle, Chairman of the AMF
The 2019 AMF Annual Conference
Thursday, November 14, 2019 – Cambon Pavilion

Corporate governance and shareholders engagement: the new normal conference

Speech by Robert Ophèle, Chairman of the AMF
Law & Growth Conference
Friday, October 18, 2019

For a European approach to law enforcement – Robert Ophèle

12th Colloquium of the AMF Enforcement Committee
Closing speech by Robert Ophèle, Chairman of the AMF – Friday 4 October 2019

Upcoming events

february, 2020

Thematic articles

Behavioral Finance : Investors, Corporations, and Markets

Behavioral finance is a relatively new but quickly expanding field that seeks to provide explanations for people’s economic decisions by combining behavioral and cognitive psychological theory with conventional economics and finance. Fueling the growth of behavioral finance research has been the inability of the traditional expected utility maximization of rational investors within the efficient markets framework to explain many empirical patterns. Behavioral finance attempts to resolve these inconsistencies through explanations based on human behavior, both individually and in groups. For example, behavioral finance helps explain why and how markets might be inefficient. After initial resistance from traditionalists, behavioral finance is increasingly becoming part of mainstream finance.

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Corporate Disruption: The Law and Design of Organizations in the 21st Century

Un deux troisThis paper explores the issue of “re-making” corporate law through the prism of the United Nations’ recent efforts at reducing legal obstacles experienced by micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in starting and scaling a business. In order to be successful, we recommend that the UN should go back to business fundamentals and should attempt to build from the ground up based on the real world needs of entrepreneurs, rather than work off already existing corporate legal systems. In this way, it is possible to engage in a more imaginative form of regulatory design in which a clear, open and preferential legal framework for stimulating innovation and business creation can be developed.

For a proactive attitude of the standard-setting authorities on Market Abuse Regulation – Alain Pietrancosta, Director of the OEDF

Centre Conference on 29 January 2020 on the revision of the Market Abuse Regulation – Speech by Mr Alain Pietrancosta, Director of the OEDF

Centre Conference on Market Abuse Regulation – Back on the event

The European Centre for Financial Law organised a breakfast conference on 29 January 2020 on the issue of market abuse regulation.

We had the honour of receiving Maxime Galland, Director of the Legal and International Expertise Division of the AMF; Dominique Bompoint, Avocat à la Cour, and Lé Quang Tran Van, Director of Financial Affairs of the AFEP and member of European Issuers.
The discussions were moderated by Alain Pietrancosta, Professor of Law, member of LabEx ReFi and Scientific Director of the Centre.

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L’OEDF a pour objet de financer et de diffuser la recherche en droit financier et en finance, en encourageant tout projet d’intérêt général contribuant au débat public ou à la promotion de l’égalité des chances.

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The objectives of the Centre are based around three key areas

Observing and analysing trends in the field of financial law
Forging connections between academic research and the business in an international context
Encouraging any projects of general interest contributing to the public debate

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