Regelfrågor på en förändrad kapitalmarknad
The capital market has changed dramatically in recent years. Deregulation has opened up for international ownership, and in many large Swedish listed companies, foreign owners are today in majority. The ownership structure has also changed. Private shareholders are no longer dominating the ownership structure, replaced by institutional investors. This has become a reality in Sweden as well as globally. At the same time, a capital market outside the stock exchange has developed, through for example hedge funds and private equity funds. CGF has gathered a number of researchers and practitioners interested in regulatory issues in the capital market to discuss how these changes in ownership should impact the capital market regulation. The results of the discussions are presented in this book by Gunnar Nord and Per Thorell.
Corporate Governance Forum, 2009
Price: 373 SEK