The Dutch State has bought shares in the French holding company Air France-KLM S.A. to ensure that the Dutch public interest is being taken into account. This new shareholding could mark a change in the Dutch policy on State-owned shareholdings.
Asset segregation is essential for protecting clients’ assets in case of insolvency of the financial institution where the client holds its assets. The Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law organised a seminar covering several topics in this field.
On 14 March, the European Court of Justice issued a momentous ruling that encourages the private enforcement of European Union competition laws and enhances the legal standing of those who have suffered damages as a result of anti-competitive behaviour.