Eligible à la formation continue des avocats
Access to capital, corporate governance and regulatory competition in corporate law : a union that strives for more ?
For the second year this workshop is organized by the C3RD, the IELS and the Special Interest Group (SIG) on ‘Business and Financial Law’ of the European Law Institute (ELI).
By fostering free movement of companies throughout the European territories, including by the adoption of the Cross-Border Mobility Directive 2019/2021 of 27 November 2019, EU law provides harmonised cross-border mobility mechanisms while enabling companies to exercise regulatory arbitrage on the national legislations of Member States in different fields of law such as company, insolvency, labour or tax law.
Also, parliaments might be incited to improve national laws and reduce unnecessary obstacles enshrined in national codes. On the other hand, negative spill-overs on the level of stakeholder protection might be a risk. Therefore, a pressing question is whether we should aim for more mobility and possibly an increase of arbitrage opportunities for companies within the European internal market, enhancing the market for and of company laws, or whether particular rules are needed or can at least be justified on the grounds of further protecting particular interests.
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