Too Big To Fail - Brauchen wir ein Sonderinsolvenzrecht für Banken?
[Too Big To Fail – Do we need a Special Insolvency Law for Banks?]
Ed. by Kenadjian, Patrick S.
Series:Institute for Law and Finance Series 9
Aims and Scope
This volume from the “Institute for Law and Finance Series” (ILFS) brings together the presentations from the ILF conference “Too Big To Fail - Do we need a special insolvency law for banks?” (5 November 2010, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main). Following an introduction to the topic, the question is posed: should a special insolvency law for banks be introduced? In this context, existing approaches are critically examined such as the German Bank Restructuring Act. In addition to addressing the topics: the reasons for and instruments of bank insolvency proceedings, part of this book is dedicated to examining the protection of creditors. The conference proceedings include German and English language presentations.
- 23 x 15.5 cm
- Includes a print version and an ebook
- Type of Publication:
- Banking Crisis
- Financial Law Attorneys, Bankers, Insolvency Law Attorneys and Experts, In-house Legal Counsel, Ministries, Political Parties, Judges, Scientists, Institutes, Libraries