EU Capital Markets Union, Brexit and Bond restructuring and insolvency systems
The EU capital markets union (CMU) is a plan of the European Commission to mobilise non-bank capital in Europe for companies and infrastructure projects, by the creation of a single market for capital by 2019. This seminar will provide an update on CMU project, together with an update on Brexit and how it may affect CMU.
The seminar will also address the importance for bond markets of a well-functioning insolvency and restructuring system, and certain recent changes in the Norwegian insolvency regime.
Confirmed speakers include:
– Bo Becker, Professor, Department of Finance, Stockholm School of Economics
– Ronan Mellon, Partner DLA Piper, London
– Per Erik Stokstad, Director, Finans Norge/Finance Norway
This half-day seminar took place in the afternoon of Wednesday 22 November 2017 at DLA Piper, Bryggegata 6, Oslo, Norway. The seminar started at 1 pm CET and finished at 5 pm CET, and was followed by a networking reception.
|13:30||HOW CORPORATE CREDIT MARKET DEVELOPMENT DEPENDS ON THE INSOLVENCY REGIME|
Bo Becker, Professor, Department of Finance, Stockholm School of Economics
|14:15||BOND RESTRUCTURING FROM A PRACTIONER’S PERSPECTIVE|
Jo Rodin, Partner, Advokatfirmaet Thommessen, Oslo
|15:30||EU CAPITAL MARKETS UNION – WHAT’S COOKING?|
Ronan Mellon, Partner, DLA Piper, London
|16:15||EU CAPITAL MARKETS UNION – THE NORDIC ANGLE|
Per Erik Stokstad, Director, Finans Norge/Finance Norway