2013 overview of recent capital markets developments in Belgium
Sylvia Kierszenbaum and Willem Van de Wiele have authored an article on current developments in capital markets in Belgium in the third edition of The International Capital Markets Review, published by the Law Reviews.
The International Capital Markets Review is a guide to current practice in the international capital markets in 30 significant jurisdictions. It is designed to help practitioners navigate the complexities of foreign or transnational capital markets matters.
The Belgian chapter covers, among others, ‘Twin Peaks II’ and the extended powers of the Belgian Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA), developments affecting debt and equity offerings, the covered bonds legal framework and relevant tax law…
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