European and Comparative Company Law: Capital Markets

Language English

Location Rome

Duration 1 week/32 hours


The Luiss Summer University Program in European and Comparative Company Law is an add-on to the education of law students and graduates interested in company law. It is also an advanced course for practitioners. The course allows participants to prepare for or complement a graduate degree in business law by gaining an in-depth exposure to the theory and practice of company law in Europe and acquiring the tools for dealing with cross-border transactions involving listed companies.
Offered by the Luiss School of Law


No accomodation € 1,150
Accomodation € 1,600


Week 1   10-lug – 18-lug

The course has put together a set of top academics and practitioners from all over Europe to offer to participants the invaluable chance to be intellectually challenged by the most cutting-edge issues in the corporate and capital markets law.
The top faculty, intensive classes, and the interactive teaching method make the course a unique opportunity to deepen students’ knowledge in company and capital markets law while enjoying culture and leisure activities in the beautiful setting that Rome offers in the summer. The course is designed in cooperation with Leiden University, Harvard Law School and under the aegis of the Centre for European Company Law – an academic partnership between the universities of Leiden, Luiss, Maastricht, Uppsala, Utrecht and the Allerhand Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.

Day 1

  • Introduction – Key Players and Structure of Financial Markets (Issuers, Investors, Intermediaries and Authorities)

Day 2

  • From Private to Public: IPOs

Day 3

  • Takeover Bids

Day 4

  • Market Abuse – Insider Trading and Market Manipulation

Day 5

  • Disclosure of Price-Sensitive Information, Internal Dealing, Buy-Back

Day 6

  • Symposium – Shareholders’ Rights (Executive Remuneration Reports, Codes of Conduct, Minorities’ Requests)

Day 7

  • Bond Issuance and Mini-Bonds in Europe – Securities Litigation and Enforcement: a Comparative Perspective

Day 8

  • Securities Litigation and Enforcement: a Comparative Perspective – Financing Tools and AlternativS to the Banking System

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