Speaking slot

22 June 2017: Jeroen Kortmann speaks at the “VEB (Vereniging van Effectenbezitters) Diligentialezing”

22 June 2017: Jeroen Kortmann speaks at the “VEB (Vereniging van Effectenbezitters) Diligentialezing”

22 June 2017: Jeroen Kortmann speaks at the “VEB (Vereniging van Effectenbezitters) Diligentialezing”

17.06.2017 NL law

On 22 June 2017 Jeroen Kortmann will speak during the “VEB Diligentialezing” about a legislative proposal that was submitted to Parliament on 16 November 2016, aiming to clear the way for collective actions for damages under article 3:305a DCC.

Mr. Dr. Tomas M.C. Arons (assistant professor at the Institute for Financial Law of the Radboud University Nijmegen) and Mr. Ben F.M. Knüppe (ex-partner AKD, ex- CEO Dexia Bank Nederland and official receiver of DSB Bank) are the panelists who will provide some critical comments.

Programme

15:00 - 15:30 uur:          Reception

15:30 - 15:40 uur:          Welcome by Paul M. Koster, Managing Director VEB

15:40 - 15:45 uur           Introduction by Paul W.J. Coenen, Deputy Director VEB

15:45 - 16:30 uur:          Lecture by Prof. mr. Jeroen S. Kortmann, lawyer/partner and

                                      professor European tort law

16:30 - 17:15 uur:          Panel Discussion 

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