1. This book focuses on the harmonisation of transactions avoidance laws in the EU. Based on national reports and input from 25 jurisdictions and employing a principle-based approach, it proposes a new Model Law which, in nine sections, provides for legal certainty as to which transactions should (or should not) be challengeable in all Member States under the same conditions.
  2. Corporate Insolvency Law

    Publication date: September 1, 2020

    This textbook deals with the foundations and key issues of insolvency law and approaches the topic from a comparative perspective, i.e. it does not concentrate on one insolvency law in particular but rather introduces the relevant rules from various jurisdictions, primarily England (and Wales), France, Germany and those of the USA. It is case focused and designed for learning and teaching insolvency law.

  3. Solvency Requirements for EU Insurers provides a unique insight into the complex world of insurance and will be useful to risk managers, actuaries, accountants, lawyers, board members of (re) insurance companies, insurance intermediaries, consultants, regulators, supervisors, academics, students and, more generally, all those involved with or interested in insurance and in the operation of the insurance market.

  4. Hoewel de achterstelling van schuldvorderingen in de praktijk courant gebruikt wordt, besteden zowel de rechtspraak als de rechtsliteratuur er maar weinig aandacht aan. Deze allesomvattende studie komt aan deze lacune tegemoet. De auteur biedt een antwoord op de complexe problemen die de achterstelling doet ontstaan.

  5. Insolvency proceedings have increasingly cross-border effects, which are regulated by many international regulations. This book answers the fascinating question of what the underlying principles of international (cross-border) insolvency laws are and how they can be used for the purpose of further harmonising cross-border insolvency law in the EU and beyond.