A tale of Basel (aka: capital regulation for beginners)* Luca Meneghini** __________________________________ Aim of this paper is to lead the reader through the evolution of the international regulatory framework of capital adequacy. The discussion is rigorous but presented through what we hope is relatively simple and accessible language, in order to break […]Leggi tutto
La vendita di un c.d. “prodotto abbinato”: tra la disciplina anticoncorrenziale e la nullità civilistica.
La vendita di un c.d. “prodotto abbinato”: tra la disciplina anticoncorrenziale e la nullità civilistica.* di Antonio Zurlo** The present review aims at examining the cross-selling of a banking product together with a financial or insurance product. The analysis starts from the national and European legislation to investigate when a cross-selling commercial practice […]Leggi tutto
The legal and economic underpinnings of repo transactions: a comparative overview* di Luca Meneghini** ___________________ Despite being at the forefront of banking and financial markets, repurchase agreements have thus far received little attention in the legal literature compared to other financial activities. Aim of this paper is to shed some more light on […]Leggi tutto
Il “rinnovato” ruolo della diligenza nel rapporto obbligatorio, alla luce dell’introduzione dell’obbligo di valutazione del merito creditizio del consumatore e le conseguenze sanzionatorie del suo inadempimento di Assunta Spezzaferri* ___________________ This paper intends to analyse the new role of the diligence criterion in the light of the introduction of the obligation for a bank to […]Leggi tutto
What changes lie ahead for Banking and Financial Law? di Lucio Casalini[*] __________________________________ Banking and Financial Law are radically changing thanks to new technologies. In this paper, I try to offer a definition of blockchain and smart contracts, looking at the main features of these new tools and analyzing the recent action by the Italian legislator in order […]Leggi tutto