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EU Investor Protection Regulation and Liability for Investment Losses

A Comparative Analysis of the Interplay between MiFID & MiFID II and Private Law

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Gebonden, blz. | Engels
Springer | e druk, 2020
ISBN13: 9783030540005
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Hoofdrubriek : Juridisch
Springer e druk, 2020 9783030540005
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This book examines the relationship between the EU investor protection regulations enshrined in MiFID and MiFID II and national contract and torts law. It describes how the effect of the conduct of business rules as implemented in national financial supervision legislation in private law extends to the issue of enforcement, and critically assesses this interaction from the perspective of EU law. In particular, the conclusions identified in the book will deepen readers’ understanding of the interplay between the conduct of business rules and private law norms governing a firm’s liability to pay damages, such as duty of care, attributability of damage, causation, contributory negligence and limitation. In turn, the book identifies the subordination and the complementarity model to conceptualise the interaction between the conduct of business rules and private law norms.
Moreover, the book challenges the view that civil courts are – or should be – forced to give private law effects to violation of the MiFID and MiFID II conduct of business rules in line with the subordination model. Instead, the complementarity model is advanced as the preferred approach to this interaction in view of what MiFID and MiFID II require from Member States in terms of their implementation, as well as the desirability of each model. This model presupposes that courts should consider the conduct of business rules when adjudicating individual disputes, while preserving the autonomy of private law norms governing liability of investment firms towards clients.
Based on analysis of case law of courts in Germany, the Netherlands and England & Wales, as well as scholarly literature, the book also compares the available causes of action, the conditions of liability and the obstacles investors face when claiming damages, as well as how and the extent to which investors can benefit from the conduct of business rules in clearing these obstacles. In so doing, under the approach adopted by national courts to the interplay between the conduct of business rules of EU origin and private law, the book shows how investors can benefit from the influence of these rules on private law norms. In closing, it demonstrates a hybridisation of private law remedies resulting from the accommodation of the conduct of business rules into the private law discourse according to the complementarity model, illustrating how judicial enforcement through private law means may contribute to investor protection.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9783030540005
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Uitgever:Springer
Verschijningsdatum:31-10-2020

Inhoudsopgave

Part I. Introduction.- Chapter 1. Introduction.- Part II. MiFID & MIFID II and national law.- Chapter 2. MiFID & MiFID II: The development of EU investor protection regulation.- Chapter 3. MiFID & MiFID II conduct of business rules and their relationship with private law: The EU dimension.- Chapter 4. Implementation of the MiFID and MiFID II conduct of business rules in the Member States.- Part III. Judicial enforcement of the regulatory conduct of business rules through liability to compensate for investment losses.- Chapter 5. Contractual liability.- Chapter 6. Non-contractual liability.- Chapter 7. Causation.- Chapter 8. Remaining factors: Limits on the existence and extent of liability of investment firms to compensate for investment losses.- Part IV. Conclusion.- Chapter 9. Conclusion.

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