Property Rights in Investment Securities and the Doctrine of Specificity

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 31, 2009 - Law - 220 pages

This book evaluates the requirement for specificity as a criterion for property rights in securities evidenced by electronic entries made on securities accounts. It compares English, US and Swedish law with the aim of finding viable solutions.

 

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Erica Johansson is a partner in Delphi’s Banking and Finance Group. She has extensive experience in advising leading financial institutions on derivatives and structured finance transactions, including advising on credit, equity, FX, index linked and OTC derivatives, hedging aspects of securitisation and project finance transactions and derivatives transactions with pension funds. Erica Johansson also advises clients on cash CDOs, securitisations, structured notes, repos, repackagings, securities lending and margining arrangements, restructurings and banking and finance matters generally. Prior to joining Delphi, she worked with derivatives and structured finance at two major international law firms in London. She is a leading expert in the area of intermediated securities and has also acted as a legal consultant to the World Bank.

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