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Hosting MAR-symposium and publication Market Abuse Handbook

Hosting MAR-symposium and publication Market Abuse Handbook

Hosting MAR-symposium and publication Market Abuse Handbook

20.04.2018 NL law

To coincide with the publication of the third edition of the Market Abuse Handbook, Stibbe's Amsterdam office hosted a symposium for all partners of the Research Center for Entrepreneurship and Law (OO&R), organised by the OO&R, on Wednesday 11 April 2018.

Steven Hijink, acting as moderator at the symposium, and Daan Doorenbos were both speakers at the event on behalf of Stibbe. Other prominent speakers included Tim Steven from Allen & Overy, Paul-Willem van Gerwen, head of Supervision of Capital Markets at the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and Bas de Jong, Professor in Financial Markets for VEB at the Radboud University.

At the end of the afternoon, Steven Hijink presented Amsterdam managing partner Derk Lemstra with the first copy of the special Stibbe edition of the Market Abuse Handbook, which was also given to all attendees.

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