‘Two Sides of the Same Coin: EU Financial Regulation and Private Law’

“Private law norms used to govern the interactions between banks and clients, credit rating agencies and investors, or between financial firms. Nowadays, however, these relationships have also become subject to financial regulation at the EU and national levels. Financial regulation has increasingly determined how financial firms should behave in the contractual and extra-contractual domain, often using traditional private law as an instrument in the pursuit of public goals, such as financial stability, market efficiency, and consumer/investor protection …” (more)

[Olha O Cherednychenko, Oxford Business Law Blog, 12 May]

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