1. This book takes stock after a year of application of the SRM and examines the situation from various perspectives: the perspective of the SRB, the NRA, the supervised bank and judicial protection. Special attention is given to the division of power between the RB and the NRA and the impact on the supervised bank, the relationship and links between the SRM and the SSM and the query whether the right balance between national and supranational po...

  2. A comparative analysis of security rights in insolvency proceedings under the main legal traditions of the European Union (common law, Germanic, ‘Napoleonic Code’ and ‘East’ European) in the context of Articles 5 and 13 of the European Insolvency Regulation – Regulation 1346/2000.

  3. 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.