Regulation

Working Paper

01 March 2014

Quack Corporate Governance, Round III? Bank Board Regulation Under the New European Capital Requirement Directive

After a crisis, broad-sweeping reforms are enacted to restore trust. With the 2013 Fourth Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV), the European Union has engaged in an ambitious overhaul of banking regulation following the Great...

Luca Enriques | Dirk Zetzsche
01 March 2014

Regulation and self-regulation of related party transactions in Italy: An empirical analysis

This paper assesses how Italian companies have implemented the regulation on related party transactions enacted by Consob in 2010. Companies have been given some degree of freedom in devising their internal codes: they may ?opt-up? or...

Marcello Bianchi | Angela Ciavarella | Luca Enriques | Valerio Novembre | Rossella Signoretti
01 November 2014

Further Assessment of the Iron Law of Financial Regulation: A Postscript to Regulating in the Dark

In an earlier companion essay, Regulating in the Dark, I contended that there is a systemic pattern in major U.S. financial regulation: (i) enactment is invariably crisis driven, adopted at a time when there is a paucity of information...

Roberta Romano
01 February 2016

Incentive Fees and Competition in Pension Funds: Evidence from a Regulatory Experiment

Concerned with excessive risk taking, regulators worldwide generally prohibit private pension funds from charging performance-based fees. Instead, the premise underlying the regulation of private pension schemes (and other...

Assaf Hamdani | Eugene Kandel | Yevgeny Mugerman | Yishay Yafeh
01 March 2015

The Disappearing Taboo of Multiple Voting Shares: Regulatory Responses to the Migration of Chrysler-Fiat

In 2014, the Italian Government broke an old taboo of Italian corporate law, joining the ranks of many different legal systems that allow the issuance of multiple voting shares (MVSs), including the United States. The importance of the...

Marco Ventoruzzo

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