Posted on November 21st, 2012
Corporate Financing – quo vadis?
Corporate Financing in a State of Upheaval
MAN Financing is Resolutely Focused on the Capital Market
Corporate Financing under New Auspices
From SME Bond to IPO
Improving Board Effectiveness – How to Get Most Out of a Board
The Bank Levy and Financial Transaction Tax are Leaving Their Mark
Enforcement of Financial Reporting as Preventative Task
Country by Country Reporting – European Parliament Shows its True Colours
Posted on September 17th, 2012
On Balance, the ESM is a Justifiable and Suitable Tool for Stabilising the Eurozone
European Company Law: No Cure All Remedy, But a Tool for Dismantling Bureaucracy
Confronting Legal Uncertainties with Contractual Regulations
European Company Law: Put to the Test
Taking Regulatory Action Cannot Replace Personal Ethics in Banking
What Constitutes Work that is Carried out Successfully by Supervisory Boards?
EU Commission Takes on [...]
Posted on July 15th, 2012
Editorial: Corporate Governance
The Financial Centre Dialogue: “Invent or Disappear”
Corporate Governance Regulation Snowballs in the Financial Sector
Legal Obstacles on the Road to a Women’s Quota
Financial Centre Monitoring: Record Results and Record Pay
Focus – Supervisory Board Independence
Corporate Governance – Unde Venis et Quo Vadis?
“The DAI Should be Politicians’ Preferred Point of Contact on Capital Market Issues”
Considering the Needs of the Real Economy in Financial Market Regulation
Turkey to Become [...]
Posted on May 23rd, 2012
The Financial Centre Dialogue: “Generous Liquidity Provision also Creates Wrong Incentives”
IFRS 2.0 – What Can Companies Expect?
How Useful Is the IFRS for SMEs?
New Directives for Fair Value Measurement
The Planned Regulation of the European Auditing Market
Supervisory Boards and Internal Audits
Company Success through Close Cooperation
Future Financial Market Regulations Hamper Corporate Risk Management
The Discussion About Financial Reporting Obligations [...]