IMFS Working Lunch with Prof. Thomas Möllers on June 9, 2016

Due to the financial crisis, many new regulations for the capital market have been proposed. However, European and national capital market laws are becoming increasingly complex for those who have to apply the laws with revisions being passed several times a year. In his lecture, Prof. Thomas Möllers of the University of Augsburg presents new developments in capital markets regulation at the European and the national levels, pointing out the pitfalls.

The consequences are far-reaching: The German fund sector advocates the postponement of the key information document for the packaged retail and insurance-based investments and products (Priips), which is supposed to become effective on January 1, 2017, just recently the starting date for the new EU Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) has been shift to January 3, 2018. Otherwise, authorities as well as market participants would not have been able to adapt their systems, rules and procedures.

IMFS Working Lunch with Prof. Dr. Thomas Möllers, University of Augsburg
"Kapitalmarktrecht in Permanenz - des Guten zu viel?"
(presentation in German)

12:00 to 1pm
room HZ 10, Hörsaalzentrum
Campus Westend, Goethe University Frankfurt

Thomas Möllers: "European Legislative Practice 2.0: Dynamic Harmonisation of Capital Markets Law - MiFID II and PRIIP (PDF, 254 KB)

Please register for this event at lectures[at]imfs-frankfurt[dot]de.