Readership: Scholars and practising lawyers specialising in financial regulation in Europe and the US.
Edited by Eddy Wymeersch, University of Gent - Belgium, Klaus J. Hopt, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg, Germany, and Guido Ferrarini, Professor of Business Law and Capital Markets Law, University of Genoa; Director of Genoa Centre for Law and Finance
Eddy Wymeersch is professor at the University of Gent. He was Chairman of the Committee of European Securities regulators (CESR) (February 2007- July 2010) and of the European Regional Committee of IOSCO, in that capacity also taking part in the Executive and the Technical committee (2006-2010). He was Chairman of the Belgian Commission Bancaire, Financière et des Assurances
(CBFA) (chief executive 2001-2007 and chairman of the supervisory board (2007-2010). He is now chairman of the Public Interest Oversight Board in Madrid.
Professor Guido Ferrarini is Professor of Business Law and Capital Markets Law, University of Genoa and Director of Genoa Centre for Law and Finance.
Klaus J. Hopt is Professor of Law and Director (em.) at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg, Germany
Part I - Financial Reform as a Response to the 2008 crisis
1: J. Black: Restructuring Global and EU Financial Regulation: Character, Capacities and Learning
2: H. Davies: Unfinished Business: An Assessment of the Reforms
3: D. Green: The Relationship Between Micro-Macro-Prudential Supervision and Central Banking
Part II - The New European Supervisory Architecture
4: N. Moloney: Supervision in the Wake of the Financial Crisis: Achieving Effective 'Law in Action' - A Challenge for the EU
5: E. Ferran: Understanding the New Institutional Architecture of EU Financial Market Supervision
6: C. Papathanassiou: A European Framework for Macro-Prudential Oversight
7: C.di Noia and M.C. Furlo: The New Structure of Financial Supervision in Europe - What's Next?
8: G. Ferrarini and F. Chiodini: Nationally Fragmented Supervision over Multinational Banks as a Source of Global Systemic Risk: A Critical Analysis of Recent EU Reforms
9: E. Wymeersch: The European Financial Supervisory Authorities or ESAs
Part III - Regulation in Search for a Purpose
10: G. Hertig: Post-Financial Crisis Trading and Clearing Reforms in the EU: A Story of Interest Groups with Magnified Voice
11: K.J. Hopt: Corporate Governance of Banks After the Financial Crisis
12: J. Winter: The Financial Crisis: Does Good Corporate Governance Matter and How to Achieve it?
Part IV - The International Dimension: New Challenges
13: A. Van Cauwenberge: Developments Regarding Global Cooperation in Supervision of Financial Markets
14: E. Hupkes: The Last Frontier: Protecting Critical Functions Across Borders
15: J. Cox: Extraterritorial Reach of US Financial Laws