Part II. Application in the EU Member States: 1. Austria Florian Khol and Viktoria Ebner; 2. Bulgaria Raina Dimitrova and Angel Angelov; 3. Cyprus Alexandros Tsadiras; 4. Finland Mikko Heinonen and Klaus Ilmonen; 5. France Jean-Marc Desache; 6. Germany Andreas Wüsthoff and Boris Kläsener; 7. Ireland Michael A. Greene and Cian McCourt; 8. Italy Francesco Gianni, Andrea Marani and Gaudiana Giusti; 9. Malta Louis De Gabriele; 10. Romania Iuliana Craiciu; 11. Slovenia Jurij Dolžan and Eva Pergarec; 12. Spain Ramiro Rivera and Augusto Piñel; 13. Sweden Jan Andersson; Part III. Application in the EEA Member States: 14. Iceland Ólafur Arinbjörn Sigurðsson; 15. Liechtenstein Andreas Schurti and Alexander Appel; Part IV. Annexes: Annex I. Council Directive (EC) No 2003/71 of 4 November 2003 on the prospectus to be published when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading (the Prospectus Directive); Annex II. Commission Regulation (EC) No 809/2004 of 29 April 2004 implementing the Prospectus Directive as regards information contained in prospectuses as well as the format, incorporation by reference and publication of such prospectuses and dissemination of advertisements (the Prospectus Regulation); Annex III. List of national laws implementing the Prospectus Directive.
Prospectus for the Public Offering of Securities in Europe: European and National Legislation in the Member States of the European Economic Areaby Cambridge University Press
Pub. Date: 05/29/2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The Prospectus Directive of 4 November 2003 and the Prospectus Regulation of 29 April 2004 permit a single European passport for a prospectus that has been approved by the competent authority of a Member State to be used for the public offering of securities in other Member States without the need to obtain approval in each state. The Prospectus Directive sets
The Prospectus Directive of 4 November 2003 and the Prospectus Regulation of 29 April 2004 permit a single European passport for a prospectus that has been approved by the competent authority of a Member State to be used for the public offering of securities in other Member States without the need to obtain approval in each state. The Prospectus Directive sets forth the general rules and requirements for the preparation, approval and distribution of prospectuses and defines the content, format and publication of the prospectus, while the Prospectus Regulation defines the minimum information that must be included in the prospectus and its related documents. This second volume contains reports of the implementation of the Prospectus Directive in those EU and EEA Member States not included in the first volume. Together, both volumes give the reader an overview of the implementation throughout the European Union and the European Economic Area.
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