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Although the risk of contagion from an Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) sovereign country default to the European private banking sector should not be overestimated, recent proposals calling for the setting up of a European Monetary Fund still are worthwhile considering. This should be done,...
The financial crisis now at hand has led to increased attention for the way pension systems operate. At this moment, a revision of pension systems is clearly needed. At the same time, there are still impediments that stand in the way of an internal market for occupational retirement systems that...
Unbalanced variable compensation in the financial sector is said to have led to undesirable behaviour ranging from excessive risk taking to an over-emphasis on short-term results. Both in The Netherlands and on the EU level, there are several initiatives on variable remuneration of executive...
Private equity transactions are basically takeovers of all or a part of the shares in a non-listed company by an investor (often an investment company) that intends to resell these shares later for a profit. There are several legal issues that play a role in these transactions. Ten of those...
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