Open Review of Management, Banking and Finance

«They say things are happening at the border, but nobody knows which border» (Mark Strand)

Brief reflections on pool financing

by Giovanni Maria Uda Abstract: Pool financing is a complex phenomenon from a legal point of view, widespread in practice but to which, civil law doctrine has dedicated limited attention. … Continue reading

22/03/2021

MONETARY POLICY IN THE FACE OF THE COVID-19 CRISIS: THE INTERESTING CASE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

di Marco Bodellini e Dalvinder Singh Abstract: In front of the first signals of the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic the Bank of England has immediately intervened trying … Continue reading

30/12/2020

Company law during the blockchain revolution. The rise of “CorpTech”

by Raffaele Lener and Salvatore L. Furnari Abstract: In recent times we have seen cases where business and corporate needs have required the presence in the same place of a … Continue reading

09/11/2020

Picking up the gauntlet – Europe’s answer to the ‘pension problem’: the PEPP

by Hans van Meerten – Andrea Minto – Jorik van Zanden Abstract: Over the recent years, pension policy has become an ever more important topic throughout Europe. This article contains … Continue reading

02/10/2020

Innovations in asset management under a regulatory perspective: which rules can support the success of fintech?

by Valerio Lemma Abstract: This analysis focuses on the application of fintech to collective portfolio management, as a result of a regulatory intervention that arise from the directions of EU … Continue reading

16/03/2020

THE NEW EUROZONE RISK MORPHOLOGY

by Marcello Minenna ABSTRACT: Ten years into the global financial crisis, the euro area is struggling to get back on a path of stability and growth. Apart from international factors, … Continue reading

10/01/2020