A centre of expertise

The objective of the European Centre For Financial Law is to promote synergies between academia and the business sector

For this purpose, the quarterly Centre Conferences bring together eminent guests from the worlds of finance and law to discuss a theme related to the latest economic and political developments

The aim of these discussions is

  • to enable university researchers to better understand the issues and environment faced by professionals, in order to facilitate the completion of research work more closely suited to the demands of the market
  • to better inform public and private decision makers about research activities in financial law
  • to contribute to the public debate around topical financial issues

Cryptomonnaies, Stablecoins et Banques Centrales – Replay de la conférence zoom du 20 octobre 2020

Retrouvez l’intégralité de la zoom conférence du 29 octobre 2020, au cours de laquelle sont intervenus :

– Monsieur Denis BEAU, Premier Sous-Gouverneur de la Banque de France,

– Monsieur Pierre PERSON, Député, Rapporteur de la Mission Parlementaire sur les Monnaies Virtuelles,

– Monsieur Bruno DEFFAINS, Professeur à l’Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas, Directeur du Centre de Recherche Economie et Droit

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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

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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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The Centre Breakfast – Cryptomoney and the role of central banks

The European Centre for Financial Law is organising a breakfast conference on Wednesday 8 April 2020 on the theme: “Cryptomoney and central banks: risks, challenges and prospects”.

On this occasion, we will have the honour to receive :
– Mr Denis BEAU, First Deputy Governor of the Banque de France
– Mr Pierre PERSON, Rapporteur of the parliamentary information mission on virtual currencies
– Mr Bruno DEFFAINS, President of the Digital Pole of the Club des Juristes and Director of the Centre de Recherches en Economie et Droit (CRED).

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Conférence de l’Observatoire sur le règlement des abus de marché – Retour sur l’événement

L’Observatoire Européen du Droit Financier a organisé un petit-déjeuner conférence le 29 janvier 2020 autour de la question du règlement des abus de marché.

Nous avons pour l’occasion eu l’honneur de recevoir Maxime Galland, Directeur de la division expertise juridique et internationale de l’AMF ; Dominique Bompoint, Avocat à la Cour, et Lé Quang Tran Van, Directeur des Affaires Financières de l’AFEP et membre d’European Issuers.
Les débats étaient animés par Alain Pietrancosta, professeur en droit, membre du LabEx ReFi et Directeur Scientifique de l’Observatoire.

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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

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Centre Breakfast on shareholder activism – Back on the event

The European Centre for Financial Law organised a breakfast conference on 18 December 2019 on shareholder activism.

We had the honour to receive Mr Eric Woerth, co-rapporteur of the parliamentary mission on shareholder activism, and Mr Michel Prada, Chairman of the working group on shareholder activism of the Club des Juristes.

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OEDF evenings – OEDF and GEG – Punishing stock market offences in Europe: what excesses, what deficiencies?

The European Centre for Financial Law is organising, in partnership with the Groupe d’Etudes Géopolitiques and the review Le Grand Continent, an evening conference on 29 January 2020 on the issue of market abuse regulation.

We will have the honour of welcoming Dominique Bompoint, Attorney; Maxime Galland, Director of the AMF’s Legal and International Expertise Division; Alain Pietrancosta, a legal researcher and member of LabEx ReFi, and Lé Quang Tran Van, Director of Financial Affairs at AFEP and member of European Issuers.

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The Centre’s Breakfast conference on Shareholder Activism

The European Centre for Financial Law is organising a breakfast conference on 18 December 2019 on shareholder activism.
We will have the honour of receiving Mr Eric Woerth, co-rapporteur of the parliamentary mission on shareholder activism, as well as Mr Michel Prada, Chairman of the Working Group on Shareholder Activism of the Lawyers’ Club

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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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