Understanding the value of being listed and the competitiveness of stock exchang
Location: Hotel The Grand, Amsterdam
Publicly listed companies face increasing scrutiny, costs and constraints. The Sarbanes Oxley Act comes to mind as well as all kinds of other regulations that are imposed on exchange listed companies. How should exchanges position themselves in this landscape? And what does this all imply for corporations and their choice of listing? What will the future bring?
The ACCF has invited Professor Marco Pagano, one of the world's leading specialists on exchanges and listing decisions, to put forward his vision on these important matters. You will hear and understand better the economic rationale for companies to list on the stock exchange.
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