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It is very common to encounter commercial law regulations designed towards encouraging shareholders to make long-term investments in different jurisdictions in response to the issue of short-termism. Until a few months ago, EU Shareholder Rights Directive was seen as the most effective step,...
Russian corporate governance has traditionally been viewed as lacking in contrast to that of Western states. The major concern has been controlling shareholders’ expropriation of minority shareholders, especially in the setting of state-owned enterprises (SOEs). However, in recent years, the law...
The European Banking Authority (EBA), one of the pillars of the European System of Financial Supervision, has a power to issue guidelines and recommendations, both representing soft-law instruments, in order to achieve effective and common regulatory and supervisory standards in the banking...
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