Seminar

Market Abuse Directive - implementation of the new regime in Belgium

Market Abuse Directive - implementation of the new regime in Belgium

Market Abuse Directive - implementation of the new regime in Belgium

21.06.2016

On 3 July 2016, the provisions of the Market Abuse Regulation and the new Market Abuse Directive will become applicable. The regulation will directly apply to the Member States of the European Economic Area. What will be the implications for Belgium?

Stibbe’s Finance and Litigation teams join forces to share with you their knowledge and experience on the subject matter during a seminar. What have we learned from the past and what will be the impact of the changes in the future? All European jurisdictions will be impacted by these new pieces of legislation, so we highly appreciate the involvement of several guest speakers, who will be giving their invaluable views.

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